This is the June 12, 2014 news archive. View today's Cavaliers rumors and news.
Do NBA Teams With Whiter Fan Bases Have Whiter Rosters?
deadspin.com Updated Jun 12
In the NBA of yesterday, an owner could be explicit about structuring his roster around the race of the players. "No team should be all white and no team should be all black, either," Cavs owner and legendary boob Ted Stepien told a reporter i…Upvote Share Tweet
nba.com Jun 12The Cavaliers' exhaustive head coaching search is expanding -- again.Upvote Share Tweet
LeBron-Jordan comparisons are inevitable, but standards are unfairCNNSI.com Jun 12Stop comparing LeBron James to Michael Jordan. It's an unfair and misguided discussion.Upvote Share Tweet
Sources: Cavs reach out to Mark JacksonESPN.com Jun 12The Cleveland Cavaliers have reached out to Mark Jackson about their head coaching job, according to sources with knowledge of the team's thinking.Upvote Share Tweet
Kevin Love On His Future In Minnesota: “My Agent Is Handling Everything”dimemag.com Jun 12Ever since Kevin Love publicly declared his intentions to opt out of his contract with Minnesota next summer, teams have been tripping all over themselves to acquire a player many consider the best power forward in the game today. Since that time, he’s …Upvote Share Tweet
Cavs Interested In JacksonJun 12Ethan Sherwood Strauss discusses the Cavaliers talking to Mark Jackson about their head-coaching job.
NBA playoffs - Miami Heat venture into uncharted territoryJun 13For the first time in their four-year run, the Heat aren't the better team -- and they know it, writes Brian Windhorst.
Lee Jenkins: NBA Finals in 3-D: How Heat, Spurs are defending the treyJun 12This story appears in the June 16, 2014, issue of Sports Illustrated. To subscribe to the magazine here and purchase the digital edition, go here.
Daily Dime/Adande: Spurs one win from crownJun 13The Spurs want more than anything to get this over with -- to stop talking about last year's disappointment and adjustments and what it will take to close out the Heat and actually do this thing, J.A. Adande writes.