Featuring Kyrie Irving, Tyler Zeller, Dion Waiters, Tristan Thompson and Anderson Varejao. These promotional concept pieces designed by Blaine Fridrick, combines key elements from each mentioned players background, life and personality into a clever portrait styled collage. Check all of them out below.
Last night it was Anderson Varejao Wig Night for the Cleveland fans in attendance at the Quicken Loans Arena, as a salute to the man with the same name. Unfortunately Varejao was not able the play due to injury. Since he entered the league, his hair has been one of his trademarks. D-Wade dunking on him has been the other.
Basically, the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse ‘Brazil’ is the exact same color as the Brazilian national flag with more emphasises on the maize in it then the amazon like green. The list of plays that are attending the FIBA World Championships seems to change on a daily basis, but look for the likes of Leandro Barbosa, Anderson Varejao, and Nene to be rocking these joints in Turkey.
You can start rocking these joints sometime in August when they hit store shelves.
Cleveland Cavaliers deliver a thorough throttling of the ‘wait ’til next year’ Knicks, 124-93
Ultimately salary cap space doesn’t show up in the box score. That’s a lesson that the Knicks have been swallowing just about every night for the last two years and they took it again Monday night one more time from a team they would dearly love to plunder. Looking like a collection of guys playing out the string of their contracts, the New York Knicks were throttled by the Cavs, 124-93.
It was a three-game season series sweep for the Cavs (47-14), who collected their fourth straight win and eighth in row against the Knicks (20-39) dating back two seasons.
The Cavs have agreed on a new contract with forwardÂ Anderson Varejao, agent Dan Fegan said Wednesday. In addition, a league source said the Cavs have come to terms on a deal for free agent guardÂ Anthony Parker. He could complete the that deal within the next few days.
Varejao, the team’s versatile big man who became a starter last season, is set to get a six-year contract that could be worth as much as $50 million.
“Andy wanted to stay in Cleveland,” Fegan said. “He feels there is unfinished business — to win an NBA championship.”
Varejao had interest from several teams, including the Portland Trail Blazers and Oklahoma City Thunder, and other potential sign-and-trade offers from other teams without salary-cap space.
The Brazilian power forward and energy man might be on his way to Golden State.
One possible destination for Varejao is the Golden State Warriors. According to a source familiar with the talks, the Cavs would send Varejao and the No. 19 pick to Golden State for Brandan Wright. The Warriors hold a $10 million trade exception that allows them to take back a lot more money than they send out in a trade.
Anderson Varejao still needs to have visa issues worked out, travel from Brazil and pass a physical, making Tuesday’s home game against Indiana a likely time for his return.
“I’m happy to be back in Cleveland and grateful to the Bobcats for their offer because that helped to get this deal done,” said Varejao, who is now in Los Angeles. “I got what I wanted, so now let’s forget what happened (during the negotiations) and move on.”
Cavs’ General Manager Danny Ferry said it was a long and difficult process for both sides.
“We’re now looking forward to getting Andy back and seeing him back on the court,” Ferry said.