Nearly a month to the day they tied the knot at an Akron courthouse, Cleveland Cavaliers forward Larry Nance Jr. and his wife, Hailey, celebrated their marriage at a waterfront location in Hawaii. On Wednesday, Hailey and Larry each took to Instagram to share snapshots from the ceremony, which appeared just a little less low key than their courthouse appearance a month ago. Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. Nance! My best friend💜2,493 Likes, 81 Comments - Hailey Nance (@haileyalta) on Instagram: "My best friend💜" Mrs. Nance 💍❤️40.2k Likes, 595 Comments - Larry Nance Jr (@larrydn7) on Instagram: "Mrs. Nance 💍❤️"
Despite trying to look towards the future with the Cleveland Cavaliers as opposed to wondering what could've been had LeBron James stuck around, it's still difficult to avoid falling into revisionist history. I find myself hearing an update around the league and thinking "I wonder if this would've helped convince James to stay." A good example of this is today's news regarding the San Antonio Spurs moving disgruntled forward Kawhi Leonard to the Toronto Raptors. Upon hearing the returns San Antonio received in the deal, more than a few Cleveland fans were under the belief the Cavs could've offered a better package. Surely if the team did so, Leonard could've been a Cavalier, potentially convincing
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland.com wants to highlight the 20 most influential women in Northeast Ohio: women who help steer businesses to success, and drive Cleveland's economy. Women who are changing the way our communities look for the better. Women who are adding to the conversation around poverty, education and crime. Women who are making Cleveland a better place to live. We know the obvious women leaders, the CEOs and philanthropy heavyweights. But so many women are making a difference in Northeast Ohio. We hope to spotlight their successes and stories, and we don't want to miss any deserving women. We hope to feature a diverse group of women in different industries, and from different walks
**NOTE: The news clips and articles listed don't necessarily reflect the views or beliefs of the Cleveland Cavaliers or their Basketball Operations staff, partners, or sponsors.** Author: David Jablonski Publication: Dayton Daily News Former Dayton Flyers point guard Scoochie Smith always felt he could play in the NBA. He showed he deserves a chance with his performance in the NBA Summer League. Smith spoke to the Dayton Daily News on the phone from Las Vegas, Nev., on Tuesday as he prepared to leave town after playing seven games in 11 days with the Cleveland Cavaliers. While Smith had confidence about his ability to play at the next level, he said, “Sometimes you've got to reassure the people.
"It's over! It's over! Cleveland is a city of champions once again!" Never did sweeter words ring across The Land. Except perhaps, for these: I'm coming home. LeBron James came back to Cleveland to inspire. And what's more inspiring than a man lifting a city, carrying it on his shoulders, and weeping as he proclaims our other favorite words, "Cleveland, this is for you!"? What's more inspiring than taking the hardest road again and again, each time, paving it with gold? When The King is on your side, there are countless awe-inspiring moments. But now, it's over. It's over. Those words, no longer so sweet. But, you know something? LeBron hasn't left us. As long as he continues to choose a path
CLEVELAND, OH -- The 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game is coming back to Cleveland. The festivities will return to Progressive Field next year, the league announced this week. Fans can now sign-up for updates on next year's game. The Tribe haven't hosted the All-Star Game since 1997, when Sandy Alomar Jr. hit a homer in the park and was named the game's MVP. Alomar Jr. is now the Indians' first base coach. "We were here in October for the World Series," MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said at a press conference last year. "And I know one thing for sure: Cleveland's a baseball town and it will be a great host for the Midsummer Classic. The All-Star Game is the premier event of the summer.
ESPN The Cleveland Cavaliers have waived veteran center Kendrick Perkins, the team announced Tuesday. Perkins was signed by the team on the final day of the regular season and did not play a single minute in the 2018 postseason. Perkins was a member of the Cavs team that made the 2015 NBA Finals and was back with them for training camp this fall, before being released during the preseason. He played part of the season for the Canton Charge, the Cavs' G League affiliate. Perkins, 33, won a championship with the Boston Celtics in 2008 and was part of three other Finals teams in Boston, Oklahoma City and Cleveland. His last NBA action before this season came during the 2015-16 season, when he averaged
RUSSELL TOWNSHIP, Ohio - X Ambassadors are becoming regulars on the LaureLive music festival stage. The band made it's LaureLive debut in 2016, and returned this year for an encore performance on Saturday, June 9, playing songs like "Jungle," "Unsteady" and "Renegades." But this time around, the band had some new music to share with its LaureLive audience -- he singles "Don't Stay" and "Joyful," teasers to the group's forthcoming album. X Ambassadors talked about the new project in a Cleveland Sessions video, with interviewer and oWOW radio host Ravenna Miceli. The Cleveland Sessions, presented by Miller Lite, is our new video series which highlights music we think you should know about. X Ambassadors
Cedi Osman is Ready to Step Up as a Sophomore On the physical side, Summer League gets young guys back in the gym and into an officially competitive environment before a two-and-a-half-month layoff heading into Training Camp. But Summer League also gives young hopefuls a mental lift. The incoming freshmen, like Collin Sexton and Billy Preston, get a taste of big league speed – and by the end of their two-week run, they know they're either ready to hang or need some fine-tuning before September. And returning rooks, like Cedi Osman and Ante Zizic, who might've been fetching the veterans' Krispy Kremes or lugging their gear are now the veterans themselves. Cleveland's international sophomores are
GETTY Kawhi Leonard's proposed trade exit took another turn, while Khris Middleton could also move on Kawhi Leonard to Raptors? Lakers deal on ice Kawhi Leonard looked all but certain to be traded to the Los Angeles Lakers this summer after making his desire to leave the San Antonio Spurs known during talks with team representatives last month. The 27-year-old identified Los Angeles as his preferred destination, making clear his intention to turn down the opportunity to sign a lucrative five-year $219m extension with the Spurs this summer. If Leonard is not traded this summer, he could opt out of the final year of his contract and become a free agent in 2019 – but the Spurs remain reluctant to