A look around the rest of the NBA as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers get ready for Game 2.
Kyle Korver put on a three-point shooting clinic as the Cleveland Cavaliers put an end to their opponent’s seven-game winning streak in consecutive games, beating the Indiana Pacers 132-117.
The IndyStar is reporting that the Pacers have come to an agreement with Cavaliers’ free agent C.J. Miles. The IndyStar has learned that free agent CJ Miles has agreed to a multi-year contract with the #Pacers. More details to come. — Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) July 2, 2014 Miles met with the Pacers the first day
With Dion Waiters (knee) and CJ Miles (ankle) both nursing lower-leg injuries, once-forgotten small forward Alonzo Gee is expected to see a considerable boost in playing time, with Cavs head coach Mike Brown stating that Gee will get the bulk of the minutes usually eaten up by Waiters. Gee will see plenty of burn off
As the real NBA trade deadline nears, impending Cavaliers free agent CJ Miles is reportedly drawing interest from clubs throughout the league. In a line item surrounding Indians Pacers small forward Danny Granger, FOX Sports Ohio’s Sam Amico mentions that Miles, who is currently Cleveland’s starting shooting guard, is on the radar of a few
Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard CJ Miles set a franchise record on Tuesday night after he hit 10 three-pointers on his way to a game-high 34 points in the blowout win over the Philadelphia 76ers. With his illustrious evening, Miles joins some pretty exclusive company. The only other players in NBA history who made eight threes
Long after the final buzzer had sounded on the Cavaliers’ most recent contest, CJ Miles was hoisting jump shots. The final box score had been submitted, the Cavaliers falling victim to yet another loss—this one, a decided loss on their own home court to a team that, by all accounts, should have provided the Cleveland
“Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years.” – LL Cool J On Wednesday night, as the Cleveland Cavaliers were working on putting away the Denver Nuggets for the first win streak of the season, Cavs fans on Twitter began to rejoice. With good reason, too. After the miserable month of November for
The Cleveland Cavaliers have said that guard C.J. Miles will not travel with the team on Thursday evening due to a right calf strain and will remain in Cleveland for treatment at Cleveland Clinic Courts. He was named the starting shooting guard on Wednesday evening, but played just three minutes before the injury. Miles is
The Diff is your weekly WFNY look into the amazing world of sports statistics. For a complete log of articles, click this link. Last week, I looked at the Cleveland Indians offseason with their 2014 salary situation. This week, I’m talking about advanced shooting stats in the NBA. The NBA is on the verge of
Thus dies the dream of the perfect season. Kemba Walker had 24 points, including a three with just under a minute to play to put Charlotte ahead 87-84, and Bismack Biyombo finished with 11 points and 10 boards to lead the Charlotte Bobcats over the Cleveland Cavaliers 90-84. Tristan Thompson paced the Cavs with 21
In my usual half-rapid fire, half-prose form, I’m back with another edition of The Boots. For those unfamiliar with this feature, I assign loosely defined “Boot Up” or “Boot Down” votes to trending sports topics. With a disappointing Indians loss last night, let’s get excited about the Cavs. Boot Up: Tristan Thompson’s potential — The
Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting the Cavs’ Marreese Speights has opted out of the last year of his contract and will test free agency. Marreese Speights has declined player option with Cleveland and will become a free agent, league source tells Y! Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 29, 2013 Speights, due to
With Mike Brown looking to take hold of the Cleveland Cavaliers heading into 2013-14, it appears that Wayne Ellington appears to be one of the only reserves in the plans going forward. In a recent report from Bob Finnan of The News-Herald, the Cavaliers appear geared to present Ellington with a qualifying offer that will
Though the Cleveland Cavaliers will travel to Indiana to play the Pacers on Tuesday evening, they will be without veteran swingmen Luke Walton and CJ Miles who have stayed home due to injury. Walton left Friday’s contest against the Boston Celtics in the first quarter due to a sprained ankle, an injury that also kept him out
The locker room had the aura of a funeral home. Suited men stood at the entry way, greeting—watching. Silence echoed off of the maple, those impacted by the loss slowly shuffled about with their heads hanging and faces oozing disappointment. Some sat, some leaned; others came and went without saying a word. Laid to rest
For all of the pre-game routines that NBA players plod through, it is the post-game rewind that keeps CJ Miles up at night. Following games, the Cavaliers swingman often stays awake until 4- or 5-o’clock in the morning, watching a replay of the recent game and then re-watching it in his mind, conjuring up the
Everyone saw it coming. The players and coaches of the Cleveland Cavaliers congregated at halftime of Monday night’s contest against the New York Knicks, having amassed a 22-point lead only to let it slowly slip away before the mid-way buzzer provided some relief. Having watched plenty of tape and read all of the glowing features with
Known mostly for his outside game, veteran leadership and sneaker collection, Cavaliers swingman CJ Miles got up on Wednesday night and turned 6-foot-9-inch Amir Johnson into the other name on the caption on the NBA press wire photostream. Credit to Luke Walton whose vision at the high post has worked wonders for this Wine and Gold reserve
Ask most NBA players when the second night of a back-to-back stint rears its ugly head and they will tell you that it is halftime that opens the floodgates of fatigue and flatness. The legs slowly slip into states of wobble, the mind desires an alternative path rendering the simplest of instinctual motor skills a voluntary chore.