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Posts Tagged ‘Ramon Sessions.’

Cavs sign Sloan to strengthen backcourt depth

 

Donald Sloan (courtesy of Texas A&M athletics)

With the trade of backup point guard Ramon Sessions to the Los Angeles Lakers, the Cleveland Cavaliers needed to add to their backcourt depth.

The Cavs have signed former Texas A&M guard Donald Sloan from Erie of the NBA Development League.

The 24-year-old Sloan, is 6’3, 205-pounds and was a part of a senior class that won 100 career games which set a school record for a single class.

Sloan ended his Texas A&M career 7th in career points with 1,522 and 8th in career assists with 370.

In eight starts for the Bay-Hawks, Sloan averaged 22.8 points, 7.4 assists and 5.1 rebounds. He played in eight games this season for Atlanta, and three with New Orleans.

 

Info compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA, TV & Radio news

Cavaliers close out toughest season ever with win

compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers news

Ramon Sessions (file photo)

The Cleveland Cavaliers ended year one after LeBron James, by defeating the Washington Wizards, 100-93.

The Cavs ended at 19-63, after going 61-21 last year before James left during the summer to play in Miami via free agency.

Ramon Sessions scored 27 points, J.J. Sessions had 15 to lead the Cavaliers.

Cleveland ended the year by winning four of its six games and went 6-6 in its last 12. A promising future looms for the team as they have two lottery picks in the first round and two second round picks of the upcoming NBA draft.

Joe Tait is officially retired (file photo)

The game marked the final broadcast of longtime Cavaliers radio play-by-play announcer Joe Tait, who is retiring. Tait started with the Cavs in their inaugural season in 1970-71 and broadcasted 39 of their 41 seasons. Due to heart problems this season, he was only able to broadcast the last month of the season.

Cavaliers beat Raptors in Toronto

 

The Cleveland Cavaliers have shown improvement as the season has progressed. Several young players have emerged to lead the team.

One of those players include J.J. Hickson scored 28 points to lead the Cavs to a 104-96 win over Toronto.

J.J. Hickson (file photo)

The Raptors, showing signs of fatigue throughout the game from playing their fourth game in five nights and were without the services of Andrea Bargnani and Amir Johnson, trailed from the opening tap, due to poor shooting and bad defense, fell behind by 22 points in the first half.

The Cavaliers had a nice distribution of points with Baron Davis scoring 19 and Ramon Sessions adding 15.

The crowd of 14,886 saw Jerryd Bayless score 28 points to lead the Raptors, followed by DeMar De Roazan with 19, Reggie Evans had a season-high 15 points and 13 rebounds and Sonny Weems chipped in with 17 points.

 

compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers & Toronto Raptors news

Balanced scoring leads Cavs over Charlotte, 99-89

 

Ramon Sessions (file photo)

The Cleveland Cavaliers have done well this season when they have balanced scoring in the lineup.

In their recent 99-89 win over the injury-depleted Charlotte Bobcats, they had seven players in double figures scoring.

Ramon Sessions led the way with 18 points, J.J. Hickson scored 16 points and collected 19 rebounds, Ryan Hollins chipped in with 16 and Alonzo Gee had 13 points.

The Bobcats were without their leading scorer Stephen Jackson, who averages 18.5 points per game was nursing a strained left hamstring; Tyrus Thomas (sore left knee), Shaun Livingston (bruised tailbone), and Eduardo Najera (back spasms).

D.J. Augustin led Charlotte with 22 points.

One thing is certain, Cavs can beat the Knicks

J. J. Hickson (file photo)

Even with a rebuilding team, the Cleveland Cavaliers can beat the superstar-loaded Knicks.

J.J. Hickson, one of the Cavs cornerstone pieces to return to the glory days, led the team to a 115-109 win over the New York Knicks in Quicken Loans Arena.

The Cavs have two wins over the playoff-bound Knicks.

Hickson was coming off a dreadful night against Houston, where head coach Byron Scott benched him for the entire fourth quarter, took his frustrations out on the Knicks, with 24 points, 15 rebounds and a career-high five blocks.

Hickson played All-Star Amare Stoudemire tough and aggressive, just as he played LA Clippers star Blake Griffin two weeks before. Amare did score 31 points, with 11 rebounds and five blocks, but Hickson did not let him dominate as he can.

Carmelo Anthony scored 27 points before fouling out. Chauncey Billups scored 20 points in the fourth quarter and finished with 26.

Hickson got lots of help in the scoring column from Antawn Jamison had 28 points and 13 rebounds, Ramon Sessions with 22 points.

The Cavs outrebounded the Knicks 62-42 which led to 26 second-chance points.

compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers news

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