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Cavaliers beat Pistons; Gibson leads way


Daniel Gibson (file photo)

The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Detroit Pistons 110-101 in a “chippy” game that Ryan Hollins and Charlie Villanueva were ejected.

Villanueva became tied up near the basket with Hollins of the Cavs’ with 5:47 remaining in the game. They pushed each other in the face before being separated. Villanueva left the Pistons locker room trying to get into Cleveland’s but was stopped by police.

Daniel Gibson scored 17 points for Cleveland .


compiled from staff & Cleveland Cavaliers 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.

Cavaliers get season off on good foot; defeat Shaq & Celtics

The Cleveland Cavaliers have been going about business as usual without LeBron James and compiled a 6-2 exhibition season record.

That solid play continued in the NBA opener against the defending Eastern Conference champion Boston Celtics on Wenesday night.

The 95-87 win over the Celtics proved that Byron Scott’s team are still a good team who can win games without James.

Cavaliers dance team ( photo)

The Quicken Loans Arena was thrilled with the team’s play. J.J. Hickson had 21 points and six rebounds, Daniel Gibson added 16 points, including four free throws in the final 17.2 seconds.

The Cavs did not dominate the game by any stretch of the imagination. They trailed by as many as 11 points in the third quarter. The defense was very shaky and they struggled with Byron Scott’s Princeton offense which designed to run the clock and keep the score close.

The turning point came when Boston’s Nate Robinson turned the ball over and received a technical four for kicking Ryan Hollins in the groin. Shaquille O’Neal was hit with a technical for arguing about the call. Daniel Gibson hit both of the technical free throws to give Cleveland a 78-77 lead.

With the game tied at 84, Hickson’s layup with 3:09 left gave the Cavaliers the lead for good. The game-clincher was a three-pointer from Anthony Parker with 2:27 left off an inbounds pass from Hickson as the shot clock expired.

compiled from staff, NBA & Cleveland Cavaliers news

Short-handed Cavaliers lose to CSKA Moscow, 90-87

( WFE CC photo)

The Cleveland Cavaliers played Saturday’s game without Antawn Jamison (sprained knee), Anthony Parker (sprained fingers on right hand), Mo Williams (groin) and Anderson Varejao (ankle).

Head coach Byron Scott would not except excuses for not winning the game. CSKA Moscow won the exhibition contest, 90-87. The Cavs fall to 4-2 in the preseason.

Cleveland has two preseason games remaining. The Cavaliers play Philadelphia on Tuesday night in Cincinnati and will play Milwaukee on Thursday night in Columbus.

Ramunas Siskauskas scored 22 points and Jamont Gordon chipped in with 19 to lead CSKA Moscow, which finished its tour of games against the NBA with a 1-2 record.

CSKA Moscow, a European League powerhouse team, lost to Miami and New Orleans this past week.

Daniel Gibson scored 21 points to lead Cleveland in scoring. He was backed by Ryan Hollins with 17 and Ramon Sessions with 14.

compiled from staff, NBA & Cleveland Cavaliers news

Cavaliers add Sessions and Hollins; rid themselves of troubled West


The Cleveland Cavaliers made a multi-player trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday, trading away troubled guard Delonte West and seldom-used point guard Sebastian Telfair to the Minnesota Timberwolves for point guard Ramon Sessions, 7-footer Ryan Hollins and a future second-round pick.

Ramon Sessions (nba)

Ryan Hollins (nba)

Sessions is a quick, pick-and-roll specialist who spent last season backing up rookie Jonny Flynn on the Wolves.

Sessions averaged 8.2 points on 45.6 percent shooting with 3.1 assists in a career-low 21.1 minutes per game last season. He signed a four-year, $16 million deal to join Minnesota before last season. The South Carolina native is a very close friend of Cavaliers guard Mo Williams from their days with the Milwaukee Bucks.

Hollins, who is 25-years-old, is a super-athletic, very raw, forward-center, almost like J.J. Hickson was when he came out of college. He averaged 6.1 points and 2.8 rebounds last year for the T-Wolves.

Cleveland did all they could to work with and help keep Delonte West out of trouble, but he was always having off-the-court issues.

West pleaded guilty in Maryland earlier this month to weapons charges. He was sentenced to eight months of home detention with electronic monitoring, two years of unsupervised probation, 40 hours of community service and  psychological counseling.

His sentencing would allow West to attend practices and travel to NBA games as his team’s schedule requires. The NBA is reviewing the case for possible league discipline.

West averaged 8.8 points and 3.3. assists in 25 minutes per game.

compiled from staff, wire, NBA, Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves news