July 28, 2014

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Cavaliers add another veteran shooter in James Jones

James Jones

CLEVELAND — James Jones played with LeBron James on two NBA championship teams in Miami. He hopes to win a third with “The Chosen One” in Cleveland. Jones agreed to a one-year, $1.5 million contract Wednesday, according to multiple reports, giving the Cavaliers another veteran sharpshooter to come off the bench. The 6-foot-8 small forward Read More…

LeBron signs two-year deal with Cavs, can opt out after one season

CLEVELAND — After spending the last four seasons with the Miami Heat, superstar small forward LeBron James has officially rejoined the Cavaliers. The four-time NBA MVP signed a two-year, $42.1 million contract Saturday night that includes a player option for the 2015-16 season, according to The Associated Press. There is no reason to believe James Read More…

Cavs trade for center Haywood, power forward Powell

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CLEVELAND — Another day, another trade for Cavaliers general manager David Griffin. Cleveland acquired center Brendan Haywood and rookie power forward Dwight Powell from Charlotte in exchange for shooting guard Scotty Hopson and cash Saturday. The Hornets initially agreed to acquire small forward Alonzo Gee on June 26, but the trade was modified to replace Read More…

LeBron James signs 2-year deal with Cavaliers

LeBron James

CLEVELAND — After spending the last four seasons with the Miami Heat, superstar small forward LeBron James has officially rejoined the Cavaliers. The four-time NBA MVP signed a two-year, $42.1 million contract Saturday night that includes a player option for the 2015-16 season, according to The Associated Press. There is no reason to believe James Read More…

Cavaliers: LeBron James tells world he’s ‘coming home,’ returning to Cleveland after 4 years away

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CLEVELAND — “King James” is coming home to reclaim his throne. In a heartfelt first-person essay, LeBron James announced Friday he is rejoining the Cavaliers after spending the last four years with the Miami Heat. The Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary High graduate broke the news himself before boarding a flight from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to Read More…

Cavaliers: Cleveland sets sights on All-Star Kevin Love

Kevin Love

CLEVELAND — With superstar LeBron James in the fold, Cavaliers general manager David Griffin moved on to his next target Friday. Timberwolves power forward Kevin Love, who averaged 26.1 points and 12.5 rebounds last season, is seen by Cleveland as the final piece to its championship puzzle. The Cavaliers have offered power forward Tristan Thompson, Read More…

LeBron James keeps Cleveland and Miami waiting another day — at least

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CLEVELAND — Four years and three days after “The Decision,” LeBron James is apparently having a much harder time making up his mind. The Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary High graduate kept the basketball world guessing — and the Cavaliers and Heat on pins and needles — by not announcing which team he will sign a Read More…

Cavaliers: Kyrie Irving officially signs extension; 3-team trade goes through

Kyrie Irving

CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers locked up their best player and formally completed one trade Thursday when the NBA’s annual roster moratorium ended. All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving signed a five-year, $90 million contract extension that he agreed to July 1, keeping him in Cleveland through the 2019-20 season. The pact will not be counted toward Read More…

Indians Notes: Manager Terry Francona leads majors with 318 pitching changes in 90 games

Terry Francona

CLEVELAND — Indians manager Terry Francona loves to use his bullpen, making a major league-high 318 pitching changes over the first 90 games. Not surprisingly, three Tribe relievers rank among the top five in the American League in appearances. Cody Allen and Marc Rzepczynski are tied for second with 44 and Bryan Shaw is fifth Read More…

LeBron James still undecided on future team; Cleveland waits impatiently

lebron decision

CLEVELAND — The waiting game continued for the Cavaliers and the Miami Heat. Four-time NBA MVP LeBron James held his much anticipated summit with Heat president Pat Riley on Wednesday in Las Vegas, but did not commit to signing with Miami or Cleveland. Both teams have offered the unrestricted free agent a maximum-level contract valued Read More…