Danny Ferry may not have been Larry Bird, but he still leads Cleveland in all-time games played.
Monday... the Cavaliers bring Ferry back, this time in the role of general manager. It's not clear yet how much authority he'll have. There were rumors that Cleveland's looking for a president of basketball operations to head personnel decisions. The GM would be the second-in-command.
Ferry's spent the past two years as San Antonio's director of basketball operations. He's...
A former player in the 90's for the Cavaliers, Danny ferry returns to Cleveland to become the team's new General Manager, replacing the fired Jim Paxson.
Ferry's contract is said to be a five-year deal worth 10 million dollars. Previously, Ferry just earned a NBA Championship rin with the San Antonio Spurs, where he was the Director of Basketball Operations.
Ferry is expected to be introduced at a press conference Monday one day before the NBA Draft.
- At Ohio State, women's basketball coach Jim Foster signed a seven year contract extension with the Lady Buckeyes Sunday. Foster will receive bonuses for academic achievement and on-court performances. For every year that the Buckeyes win the Big Ten Regular Season Championship or make the NCAA Tournament, Foster's contract will be extended by one year.
Last year in his third season with the Buckeyes, Foster was named Big Ten Coach of the Year, as Ohio State won a school record...
- On Sunday, Columbus Destroyers Head Coach Chris Spielman resigns his position with the Arena League Football team. The former Ohio State linebacker leaves because of a disagreement with ownership. Spielman walked when owners ordered Spielman to fire defensive coordinator Ron Selensky. Spielman is also the Destroyers' GM. No word yet on if he'll remain in that position. In his first season at head coach, Spielman posted a 2-14 record.
Thad Matta spoke in Zanesville about Ohio State's basketball future. It looks pretty bright right about now.
The Indianapolis Star reports Greg Oden will commit to the Buckeyes. The 7-foot center from Indianapolis was projected as the #1 overall pick in the 2006 NBA draft, which is when he would've just graduated high school... but with the new collective bargaining agreement setting an age requirement of 19, that would mean Oden would have to go to school for a year.