Submitted by bjirousek on March 16, 2012 - 11:21am
Submitted by bjirousek on March 15, 2012 - 5:42pm
Cavaliers General Manager Chris Grant speaks with play-by-play announcer Fred McLeod at Cleveland Clinic Courts following the trade deadline.
The Cavaliers added two exceptional pieces in this past June’s Draft. They plan to keep that tradition going next June. And the one after that.
On Thursday afternoon, the Cavaliers dealt Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga to the Lakers – acquiring the Lakers first round pick in 2012 Draft (lottery-protected) as well as forwards Jason Kapono, Luke Walton and cash considerations. Additionally, the Cavaliers received the right to swap their least favorable first round pick in the 2013 Draft with the Lakers.
Submitted by bjirousek on March 15, 2012 - 5:20pm
General Manager Chris Grant speaks to the media after Cavs acquired draft pick, Jason Kapono and Luke Walton from the Los Angeles Lakers.
Cavaliers Acquire 2012 First Round Pick, Kapono, Walton And Right To Swap 2013 First Round Picks From Lakers
Over the existence of the franchise, the Cavaliers have been strong at certain positions. But it’s almost irrefutable that the one spot where Cleveland has been blessed with its most success has been the point guard position.
At the all-important lead guard position, the Cavs have boasted All-Stars and franchise icons, record-holders, league leaders and a Rookie of the Year favorite. When it comes to the player often called the offense’s “head of the snake” – the Wine and Gold have had an embarrassment of riches.
Submitted by mhaltuch on March 15, 2012 - 12:46am
Drew Gooden has his second career triple-double with 15 points, 10 boards and 13 dimes and the Bucks beat the Cavaliers 115-105.
The Bucks’ offense was on fire at the Bradley Center on Wednesday night. And Monta Ellis isn’t even in a Milwaukee uniform yet.
Six Bucks scored at least a dozen points and Milwaukee used a 31-point fourth quarter to pull away from the Cavaliers, handing them their second straight defeat – 115-105.
Milwaukee also notched a 34-point second quarter, shot 54 percent from the floor and handed out 38 assists.