This is the November 10, 2012 news archive. View today's Cavaliers rumors and news.
The weekend notebook includes items on comic books inspired by the Brooklyn Nets, the second chapter of the Uncle Drew story, and a look at coaches who may be on the hot seat.
Share TweetPHOENIX (AP) Trailing by 26 points after only 14-plus minutes, Shannon Brown and the Phoenix Suns weren't about to give up.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetIn the NBA, a 26-point lead isn’t necessarily insurmountable. The Cavaliers found that out the hard way in Phoenix Friday night as they watched a gigantic second-quarter lead slip away in a 107-105 loss to the Suns. The defeat drops Cleveland to 1-3 onSource: theclevelandfan.com
Sources: Phil, Lakers meet, will speak againNov 10The Lakers met with Phil Jackson Saturday afternoon, a source told ESPNLosAngeles.com's Dave McMenamin, but "no time frame has been set, yet."
Lee Jenkins: With no time to waste, Lakers make right decision in firing M…Nov 10LOS ANGELES -- Firing Mike Brown after 6 percent of the NBA season, after five games with a new system, after a game-and-a-half with a full starting lineup, was cruel, distasteful and unfair. It was, in the words of Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, prem…
Ian Thomsen: Celtics' loss to Sixers shows there's still a lot of work to …Nov 10BOSTON -- The best news for fans of the Celtics is that they aren't fans of the Lakers.