Last offseason, the Cleveland Cavaliers went all in. They signed LeBron James with cap space, traded Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett for Kevin Love, and used the room midlevel exception on Mike Miller. 924 more words
It’s been too long since we’ve had a meaningful update from the wonderful world of Gilbert Arenas.
Fortunately, Agent Zero has blessed us with this gem of a window into what he’s been doing with his life since last playing in the NBA with Memphis in 2012. 289 more words
Months of speculation regarding Brendan Haywood and his non-guaranteed contract, the Cavs’ one great remaining tool for acquiring a top talent without losing any rotation guys, led to some rather sexy names being thrown around. 863 more words
On Sunday evening, the Cavaliers traded center Brendan Haywood and small forward Mike Miller to the rebuilding Portland Trail Blazers for some cash, two trade exceptions and a bunch of salary-cap relief. 548 more words
And kind of surprised that this deal also included Lebron’s good pal Mike Miller. Now hopefully they can work out a deal for J.R. Smith to stay put in Cleveland and lesson learned there…don’t turn down 6.4 million when your choices are Philadelphia and Portland. 28 more words
The question was not if but when and where the Cavaliers would trade Brendan Haywood — more accurately, his $10.5 non-guaranteed contract — and what would the price be. 366 more words
Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Cleveland Cavaliers have finally unloaded Brendan Haywood’s contract on someone — the Trail Blazers in this instance — to get the trade exception they were hoping for all summer. 352 more words