Terry Pluto on his new book and the Cavaliers Championship: WFNY Podcast No. 562

We’ve long been admirer’s of Terry Pluto’s at WFNY. He’s also been on the podcast a few times over the years, while also showing appreciation for the work WFNY does by being friendly with links and references back to our work. I was elated when his publisher reached out to us to make some copies of his book available for us to give away to our audience.

We’re giving three copies of this book away, so please leave a comment on this post telling us your favorite Cleveland Cavaliers championship anecdote since they won the title. We’ll select some random winners and try to get these books in your hands by Christmas.

If you don’t win a copy of the book you can buy it at the following locations:

TerryPluto.com for a signed copy

Gray and Company Publishers

Amazon.com for a regular copy

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  • LeBron returns home
  • Getting to write a Cleveland sports book about a championship
  • Chris Grant trying to fill a roster after The Decision and The Letter
  • Cleveland’s complex relationship to Dan Gilbert’s Letter
  • Dan Gilbert’s kitchen table meeting with LeBron in Miami
  • Pat Riley and how he’s looked since LeBron’s return
  • The Cavaliers plane ride to Golden State prior to Game 5
  • David Blatt and his strange run as Cavaliers coach
  • The halo effect of the Cavaliers championship on the Indians
  • Finally, I dragged Terry into some sad Browns talk

  • Eric G

    The fact that it was seemingly the most peaceful rally after and parade is one of my favorite memories of the whole event.

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  • scripty

    My wife went out of town to a medical conference right after the Finals, and wore her Cavs and title gear and she said people from all over the country were coming up to her and congratulating her. Lotta people from around the nation were happy for Cleveland fans.

  • JM85

    I’ll never forget the whole ending of that game. The block, the shot, the stop. I’ll always remember the player reactions too. You could see how badly they wanted to win for Cleveland.

  • Harv

    Thanks for getting Pluto, the one local sportswriter I make a point to read no matter the subject. He seems to make light of some of his books, like “Forty-Eight Minutes,” which I own. It still reads great as a a tiny slice of time, the oncoming young Cavs of the late ’80s against the grizzled, bad-ass Celtics with HOFers in their prime. But the descriptions of Ron Harper pre-knee injury, a rising star Gund/Embry just gave away because of paranoid “posse” reasons, still tick me off.

  • Corey Rader

    My co-workers and I did not get any work done the day of the parade because we were all streaming it and saying we wished we would have gone! Seeing over a million people in downtown Cleveland celebrating a championship is something I will never forget!