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Indians miss out on an All-Star starter

Whether fan voting is fair or not, the Cleveland Indians, barring injury, will not have a starter for the 2015 All Star Game. Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis, who is arguably one of the best position players in baseball so far in 2015, had the best chance of being named a starter but did not

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Mike Miller exercises $2.8 million player option for 2015-16

Cleveland Cavaliers forward Mike Miller has decided to return for another season. With NBA free agency beginning on July 1, Miller exercised his $2.8 million player option for 2015-16 — the deadline to do so was Monday night. This news is according to Shams Charania of RealGM. This is no surprise, as Miller said that he expected

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Joe Haden, Joe Thomas, and Tashaun Gipson among NFL’s top 100 players

During the last few weeks, the NFL Network has released their top 100 players for the 2015 season and three Cleveland Browns made the list: Cornerback Joe Haden (No. 23), left tackle Joe Thomas (No. 25), and safety Tashaun Gipson (No. 67). The top Browns player on the list, Haden is one of the faces

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LeBron James breaks social media silence

For the first time since April 18 — before the playoffs began — Cavaliers star LeBron James has broken his silence on social media with a new Facebook post. When “Zero dark thirty-23” was activated in mid-April, James decided to stay off social media, or at least stay away from posting on any social media site. In his newest Facebook

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Buckeyes will be double-digit favorites in every regular season game

With the college football season quickly approaching, the Ohio State Buckeyes football team, who are the favorites by many to win the second (and back-to-back) College Football Championship, have been talked about a lot in the college football world. To reach their second straight College Football Playoff, the Buckeyes will likely have to finish the

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Cavs-Warriors most watched Finals since 1998

The 2015 NBA Finals matchup between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors was the most watched Finals series since 1998, according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell. The 1998 Finals were the last to feature Michael Jordan, as the Chicago Bulls beat the Utah Jazz on Jordan’s famous game-winner over Bryon Russell. Through Game 4 and Game 5, Cavs-Warriors

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Cavs-Warriors continues to be most-watched Finals in ABC history

The first five games of the NBA Finals have been nothing short of incredible, and they have attracted an audience commensurate with the level of play. On Monday, ESPN’s Media Zone said that the series between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors is the highest-rated (measured in Nielsen ratings) and most-watched (measured in total number of people) NBA

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Report: Browns safety Tashaun Gipson signed second-round tender

Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl safety Tashaun Gipson has made it known that he wants to rejoin the Browns. Although Gipson had been looking for a long-term deal, on Friday afternoon he signed the Browns’ tender offer , which is worth $2.356 million for one year. In a contract standoff with the Browns, Gipson missed voluntary

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LeBron sent Nike care package to Spelling Bee Co-Champ

As if being the Spelling Bee co-champion wasn’t enough for Gokul Venkatachalam, the young child has also received a special care package from Cavaliers forward LeBron James as well. Sporting a James jersey under his shirt during the National Spelling Bee, which was aired on ESPN, got the whole country talk, not because of how good of

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NBA Officiating Report: Refs made four errors in fourth quarter and OT

With many questioning the referees in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, the league released its Officiating Last Two Minute (and Overtime) Report on Monday. The report states that the officials made four errors in the final two minutes and overtime in the second matchup between Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors. The report is, per the document itself: …The

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Indians to option Lonnie Chisenhall to Triple-A, recall Giovanny Urshela

Along with optioning starting shortstop Jose Ramirez to Triple-A Columbus Sunday afternoon, the Cleveland Indians also reportedly decided to option starting third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall to the Clippers as well. The announcement which was first reported by Chronicle reporter Chris Assenheimer. After a promising 2014 season that earned him the nickname Lonnie Baseball, Chisenhall has

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Browns trade for Pro Bowl punter Andy Lee, release Spencer Lanning

The Browns have traded a seventh-round pick in 2017 to the San Francisco 49ers for Pro Bowl punter, Andy Lee, the team announced on Saturday. Lee, who graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, was drafted by the 49ers in the 2004 draft.  A four-time Pro Bowler (2007, 2009, 2011, and 2012), Lee’s arrival spells the end

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OSU basketball releases 2015-16 non-conference schedule

Before Wednesday, the Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team already knew some of the major games on their non-conference slate, but the remaining part of the non-conference schedule was announced Wednesday afternoon by Ohio State head coach Thad Matta. With a non-conference schedule that features games against Kentucky, Virginia, UConn, and Memphis, the Buckeyes will have plenty of

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Win one, did the Kipper: Jason Kipnis wins AL Player of the Month

After putting together one of the best months in Cleveland Indians history, Jason Kipnis was rewarded on Thursday when MLB announced that he won the American League Player of the Month for the month of May. This is Kipnis’ second AL Player of the Month Award, with the first coming in June 2013. In 29 games in

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Delonte West says LeBron James saved his life, he’s pulling for Cavs in Finals

Delonte West was a fan favorite when he played for the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2007 to 2010. He still holds a special place in the heart of many Cavs fans, and the mutual affinity between Cleveland and West will only grow in light of his recent comments about the city and LeBron James. In an interview with

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Jason Kipnis, Michael Brantley climbing in All-Star voting (but still need help)

One of the hottest teams in baseball, the Cleveland Indians are not only playing very well, but now some of their players are also gaining ground in the All-Star voting. On Monday, the MLB released their first update in the All-Star voting. The two Indians who have the best shot of making the All-Star Game, at least at

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Know Your Foe: Bench Cogs Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston

Known to have the deepest team in the league, the Golden State Warriors’ version of the “Bench Mob” has played a key role in their success this season. With such a deep team, they have played more players in their postseason rotation than most playoff teams. Whether or not this is productive, by getting through

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John Calipari doesn’t regret rejecting Cavaliers

When the Cleveland Cavaliers were in search of a new head coach last spring — before LeBron James made his decision to return to his hometown team — Kentucky head coach John Calipari was one of the top candidates for the job. In a recent interview with Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports, Calipari said that he

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Kevin Love re-aggravated shoulder injury during Eastern Conference Finals celebration

Following the Cavaliers clinching their second-ever NBA Finals berth, Kevin Love spoke to the media for the first time since injuring his shoulder. While he said that he expects to be in a Cavaliers jersey for next season’s season opener, Love also said that he re-aggravated his shoulder injury during the celebration following the sweep of the

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Tickets to Cavaliers watch parties will be $5 for NBA Finals

The very popular watch parties at Quicken Loans Arena will not be free for the NBA Finals, like they were in the three previous rounds of the playoffs, the Cavaliers have announced. For their NBA Finals matchup against the Golden State Warriors, watch party tickets at the Q will cost $5. Doors will open an

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