10:19 PM EDT, Mon September 22, 2014
Plain Dealer 3 hours ago
Coach Blatt says he and LeBron James want to do 'something special' for Ohio

Coach Blatt says he and LeBron James want to do 'something special' for Ohio

Cleveland Cavaliers coach David Blatt says he and LeBron James are on the same page and that coaching such an established star like James will make his job easier.
Rotoworld 13 hours ago

LeBron James working out at UCLA - LeBron James (F) Cleveland Cavaliers

LeBron James worked out at UCLA on Sunday with Chris Paul and Tristan Thompson.
Rotoworld 10 hours ago

Tristan Thompson working out with LeBron - Tristan Thompson (F/C) Cleveland Cavaliers

Tristan Thompson worked out with LeBron James on Sunday.

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Chris Fedor / Plain Dealer 1 hour ago

Cavaliers General Manager David Griffin says the roster is set for training camp, will not give up on adding Ray Allen

When the Cleveland Cavaliers start training camp on Saturday, the players suiting up won't look like the team that ended its season more than five months ago with a win against the Brooklyn Nets.
News-Herald 1 hour ago

Cleveland Cavaliers: Familiarity key to roster cohesion

AKRON - You've undoubtedly heard about the premise, "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon." The popular actor once claimed he's worked with everyone in Hollywood - or someone who's worked with them. The Cavaliers have a similar synergy going on right now on their roster. "Joe Harris is the only person who doesn't have a point of contact with somebody else in the group," Cavaliers General Manager David Griffin said on Sept.
Akron Beacon Journal 3 hours ago

Training camp roster complete as Cavs await word on Ray Allen

The Cavaliers have finalized their full 20-man roster for training camp, although they’re willing to make room for one more. Veteran point guard A.J. Price was signed to a one-year deal on Monday, capping the Cavs’ training camp roster while they wait on a decision from Ray Allen. Neither Allen nor his representatives have given any indication whether or not he’ll play this season, but the Cavs privately are hopeful he’ll elect to play again and choose Cleveland. A final decision from Allen, however, may not come until after training camp begins next week. “I don’t think we’d...
Plain Dealer 5 hours ago

Loyal LeBron James fan allowed back to The Q

James Blair, the LeBron James fan who was banned from The Q for running onto the floor two years ago, is allowed back.
Plain Dealer 16 hours ago
Company says offer to LeBron James was a

Company says offer to LeBron James was a "stunt"

Local app maker said its offer to LeBron James for one-percent of the company was a "PR stunt," but the company intends to make good on its offer.
Plain Dealer Sep 20, 2014

Terry's Talkin' about the Cleveland Browns new attitude, the Cavs and the Indians -- Terry Pluto

One of the reasons the Browns wanted Karlos Dansby was that he plays "with a chip on his shoulder."
Plain Dealer Sep 20, 2014
Cleveland Cavaliers season-ticket holders can forgo playoff tickets and not lose 2015-16 seats

Cleveland Cavaliers season-ticket holders can forgo playoff tickets and not lose 2015-16 seats

To get their 2014-15 Cavaliers season tickets, ticket holders must agree to purchase playoff tickets. The Cavaliers want ticket holders to know that if they should opt out of the playoff tickets, they would not lose their season tickets for the following regular season.
Akron Beacon Journal Sep 19, 2014

Lou Amundson signs one-year deal with Cleveland Cavaliers

Lou Amundson signed a one-year, non-guaranteed deal with the Cavaliers, a league source confirmed. Although the Cavs’ rebuilt roster is filling up fast, the veteran journeyman stands a decent chance at making the final cut.Amundson, 31, has already played for eight teams in eight years, averaging 3.6 points and 3.5 rebounds. But he is a gritty defender and could bring a certain toughness to the post. He’s listed at 6-foot-9 and 225 pounds, but the Cavs believe he can block shots and use his athleticism to defend at the center position despite being undersized.Amundson’s offensive...
News-Herald Sep 19, 2014
Cleveland Cavaliers:Center Lou Amundson invited to training camp

Cleveland Cavaliers:Center Lou Amundson invited to training camp

The Cavaliers have been in search of a rim protector. They might have found one in forward/center Lou Amundson, who has been invited to training camp. The 6-foot-9, 225-pounder has averaged 3.6 points and 3.5 rebounds in his eight-year career. He has played for eight teams, including five in the last four seasons.
Akron Beacon Journal Sep 19, 2014

Lou Amundson signs one-year deal with Cavaliers

Lou Amundson signed a one-year, non-guaranteed deal with the Cavaliers, a league source confirmed. Although the Cavs’ rebuilt roster is filling up fast, the veteran journeyman stands a decent chance at making the final cut. Amundson, 31, has already played for eight teams in eight years, averaging 3.6 points and 3.5 rebounds. But he is a gritty defender and could bring a certain toughness to the post. He’s listed at 6-foot-9 and 225 pounds, but the Cavs believe he can block shots and use his athleticism to defend at the center position despite being undersized. Amundson’s offensive...
Chris Fedor / Plain Dealer Sep 19, 2014

Free agent Lou Amundson agrees to deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, agent tweets

The agency for power forward Lou Amundson, Priority Sports, tweeted out the news of a deal between their client and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday morning.
News-Herald Sep 19, 2014
LeBron James banner approved to hang in Cleveland

LeBron James banner approved to hang in Cleveland

CLEVELAND (AP) - A larger-than-life LeBron James will again tower over downtown.The city's planning commission approved artwork on Friday for a new 10-story-high banner of the NBA superstar, his arms outstretched and "Cleveland" across the back of his jersey.It will hang across the street from Quicken Loans Arena, home of the Cavaliers.
Plain Dealer Sep 19, 2014
Cleveland Planning Commission OKs LeBron James banner; Cleveland Heights murder suspects deny charges; Cedar Point remaking Mantis: Northeast Ohio News Links

Cleveland Planning Commission OKs LeBron James banner; Cleveland Heights murder suspects deny charges; Cedar Point remaking Mantis: Northeast Ohio News Links

Also, Akron woman shot during argument over money; North Ridgeville police arrest Circle K robbery suspect; Youngstown police investigate early-morning stabbing; 19-year-old woman hit by car in Painesville; Rockin' on the River moving from Cuyahoga Falls to Lorain; and half marathon race at Akron Marathon is sold out.
Plain Dealer Sep 19, 2014

LeBron James banner proposal gains approval from Cleveland City Planning Commission

Sherwin-Williams and Nike plan to install the LeBron banner before the first regular-season Cleveland Cavaliers home game on Oct. 30.

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