Over the course of his career, James Jones has always been a consummate professional.
Whether it was embracing a starting role in his earlier days or coming off of the bench as a veteran presence, Jones has been consistent with his preparation.
"This is a team sport," Jones said. "Roles and team dynamics change consistently. Every year there's 30 to 40 to 50 or so new players in...
If you are going to be in attendance at the season opener when the Cleveland Cavaliers face the New York Knicks, then you are in for a real treat. Thursday’s night season opener will be the hottest ticket for the Cavaliers in years.
So many events will be taking place inside and outside of the Quicken Loans Arena. Different celebrities will be in attendance as well as hit makers...
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- Mike Miller and James Jones aren't NBA superstars, but they are veteran role players.
And when you're talking about a team with LeBron James, veteran role players are pretty important.
Miller and Jones were introduced to the media (and therefore, fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers) on Wednesday -- or about three weeks after everyone already knew the unrestricted...
The Cleveland Cavaliers made a pair of signings official Tuesday evening with the announcement veteran free agents Mike Miller and James Jones have joined the club.
Both will be reunited with LeBron James, who played with them as a member of the Miami Heat and decided to return to the Cavaliers earlier this summer.
Miller will embark on his 15th season out of Florida this fall...
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Have you played with LeBron James and the Heat recently? If so you can expect a call soon from Cavs GM David Griffin.
Former Miami Heat wingmen Mike Miller and James Jones have come to agreements to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Mike Miller had reportedly been offered a 3 year deal worth $12 million, but instead chose to play for the Cavs on a 2 year $5...
MIAMI -- James Jones' most important work during the regular season often occurred before Miami Heat road games.
That's when the veteran swingman would arrive at the arena early to shoot around with teammate and fellow health nut Ray Allen. He then would take food orders for Heat players' postgame meals.
"One thing about Champ, he's very responsible," Udonis Haslem said of Jones...
Did he slip on a banana peel?
Charlotte’s Cody Zeller had his ankles broken in Sunday’s game against the Miami Heat. James Jones crossed up Zeller who promptly went down to the floor.
Listen I’d analyze this more but really. It’s just Cody Zeller falling down.
In case you might have forgotten, Miami Heat forward James Jones is a thirty-three years old but he still has the ability to get down the floor.
Check out the below video from Ray Allen’s Instagram which shows a full-court race between Jones and Michael Beasley.
It’s a close finish but James gets him:
Mr. Beasley didn’t run through the tape…
Michael Beasley loses foot...