November 27, 2014

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Raptors 120, Cavaliers 105: Latest rout keeps skid alive

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CLEVELAND — Ted Williams, the homeless man and convicted felon who is gaining national attention due to his so-called golden voice, may want to weigh his options before accepting the Cavaliers’ much-publicized job offer. While the 53-year-old Williams was reportedly on a plane to New York for an appearance on “The Today Show,” the Cavs Read More…

Cavs notes: Gee is the guy to fill in up front

CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers signed Alonzo Gee back on Dec. 28. On Wednesday, Gee, 23, became the fifth player to start at small forward for the team this season. Anthony Parker, who had shifted from shooting guard to small forward, was a late scratch against the Toronto Raptors due to back issues. The veteran had Read More…

Mavericks 104, Cavaliers 95: Cavs’ play so-so

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CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers never got blown out, but they also never really had a chance to win. The shorthanded Dallas Mavericks, who were without starters Dirk Nowitzki and Caron Butler, pretty much controlled things from start to finish Sunday night at Quicken Loans Arena, winning 104-95 over the shorthanded Cavs, who were without starters Read More…

Bobcats 101, Cavaliers 92: Cavs lose again

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Yells and grimaces have been replaced by slaps on the back and wide smiles. Freelancing and creativity have taken the place of forced shots and shot clock violations. And, at least for now, wins are being substituted for losses as Paul Silas remains unbeaten as Larry Brown’s replacement in Charlotte. More photos Read More…

Magic 110, Cavs 95: Magic threes costly to Cavs

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CLEVELAND — There was nothing wrong with the Cavaliers’ effort Tuesday night. Their execution, especially when it came to defending the 3-pointer and handling the ball in the fourth quarter, was a different story. For the second time this season, the Cavs allowed more 3-pointers in a game than they had in any of their Read More…

Cavs sign guard/forward Alonzo Gee

CLEVELAND — It didn’t take long for the Cavaliers to fill the roster spot that became available when the team waived forward Jawad Williams. One day after releasing the St. Edward High product, the Cavs on Tuesday signed guard/forward Alonzo Gee. The 6-foot-6, 219-pound Gee appeared in a total of 16 games with San Antonio Read More…

Cavs waive small forward Jawad Williams

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INDEPENDENCE — The roster shuffling has started, but the moves are minor ones. Having lost three straight games and 13 of their last 14, the Cavaliers on Monday waived small forward Jawad Williams and sent power forward Samardo Samuels to Erie of the NBA Developmental League. Rookie Christian Eyenga, who has yet to appear in Read More…

Timberwolves 98, Cavaliers 97: Cavs crumble late in the game

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CLEVELAND — There was some controversy and a little room for second-guessing, but of this there can be no dispute: The Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves aren’t very good. In a battle between two teams that figure to have pretty good odds of winning the draft lottery, the Cavs were worse when it mattered most, Read More…

Hawks 98, Cavaliers 84: Sagging Cavs fall to Johnson-led Hawks

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ATLANTA — Joe Johnson’s first game with 20 points in almost a month helped the Atlanta Hawks recover from a sluggish start against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Johnson scored 23 points in his best game since his return from surgery on his right elbow to lead the Hawks past Antawn Jamison and the Cavaliers, 98-84 on Read More…

Jazz 101, Cavaliers 90: Cavs can’t win second straight, drop 11th game in 12

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CLEVELAND — Well, at least the Cavaliers have won one of their last two. Cleveland’s modest one-game winning streak came to an end Monday night at Quicken Loans Arena, where the vastly superior Utah Jazz led by as many as 20 points en route to a 101-90 victory. The Cavs (8-20) have now lost 11 Read More…