Kyle discusses the intimate relationship between a fan base and its quarterback while breaking up with J.T. Barrett, and names a Jewel song as the “Random 90s Song of the Day.”
Kyle talks about internet in Cuba, the struggles of Aziz Ansari’s struggles with religion in his show Master of None, Hurricane Harvey, sports, and his one big takeaway.
What the freedom of speech means to the United States’ resilience as a nation, and a discussion about Colin Kaepernick and the decision of the Cleveland Browns’ players to kneel during the national anthem before Monday’s game against the New York Giants.
Is Kyle having a breakdown or having a great philosophical discussion about his quarter-life crisis. You decide!
Kyle decides the pointless debate of what the best professional sport is for benchwarmers, and throws some love to Dr. Dre in this edition of “While We’re Waiting… .”
Introducing several candidates for Cavs owner Dan Gilbert to consider to replace general manager David Griffin
Kyle talks about the recent layoffs at Fox Sports and MTV, Calvin and Hobbes, and Pink Floyd.
With the NBA Finals finally upon us, Kyle shares some random thoughts on the impending Cavs-Warriors showdown.
Kyle relives LeBron James’ game-winning shot against the Chicago Bulls in Game 4 of the 2015 Eastern Conference Semifinals against, and argues that it altered the course of Cleveland sports.
The Cavaliers convert an impossible 26-point comeback thanks to a historical effort from LeBron James, tying the NBA playoff record for an overcome deficit and taking a commanding 3-0 series lead.
The Wire’s excellence, as typified in SI’s oral history of the basketball scene in the first season, and Van Morrison as the Random 90s Song of the Day .
The Cavs cruised to victory over the Boston Celtics behind LeBron James’ +32 and Kevin Love’s double-double, holding onto poll position in the Eastern Conference.
Kyle talks Cavs lineups, wonders why the Cavs’ most successful lineup hasn’t been utilized in weeks, and the live band Live.
The Denver Nuggets thrash the Cavs, 113-126, thanks to subpar defensive effort from everyone wearing wine and gold.
Kyle touches on the Terrelle Pryor question, reexamines the disparity between the NBA’s top free-throw earners, and digs up a No Doubt tune for International Women’s Day.
Andrew Bogut breaks his tibia in his Cavaliers debut, and Dion Waiters banks in a game-winning three in a revenge game against his former team.
Cleveland Cavaliers (42-19) – 92 Miami Heat (29-34) – 120 Box Score It was Saturday evening. I didn’t have any immediate plans (damn you, social life!). I had sort of forgotten the Cleveland Cavaliers were even playing the tail half of a road-road back-to-back in Miami against the Heat. I turned on the game, and like Ron Burgundy
To celebrate the Oscars, WFNY gives out some fake awards in the Cavaliers’ 102-95 win over the Milwaukee Bucks.
Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion, on sports and other matters. But not all opinions are created equal — some are better than others.
The Cavaliers lost a winnable but ugly game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, with Russell Westbrook’s triple-double and Steven Adams’ rebounding leading the way for OKC.