Kyle talks about what the Jeff Fisher firing says about the Cleveland Browns, The Undoing Project, and an out-of-season Ace of Base song.
Kyrie Irving shows off his basketball talents, water bottle-flipping skills, and vocabulary as the Cavaliers demolish the New York Knicks, 126-94.
The Cavaliers’ funk continues with their third-straight loss, this one a lackluster game to the Chicago Bulls. We embrace the mild panic with some Tom Petty.
The Cavaliers improve to 2-0 over their Eastern Conference rivals the Toronto Raptors thanks to a streaking Channing Frye and an Oscar-ish LeBron James.
The Cavs were able to improve to 8-1 on Sunday afternoon despite an underwhelming offensive performance, beating the Hornets with Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving on the bench in the fourth quarter.
Kyle talks about the NFL’s ratings, Browns apathy, and the Backstreet Boys (kind of).
Kyle talks about a historic day in Cleveland (and American) sports history, a diabolical way to defuse invading Cubs fans, and Hootie & the Blowfish.
LeBron James delivered on his promise to the city of Cleveland. What can fans—and the rest of the NBA—expect from a man no longer weighed down by expectation?
Kyle gets amped for a lovely anti-Boston weekend headlined by the Cleveland Indians, and also discusses recent favorites Atlanta and Bon Iver’s 22, A Million.
With the Cleveland Indians giving fans a taste of “real” playoff baseball for the first time in nine years, Kyle talks about the wonderful terror of playoff baseball.
Kyle channels his inner Amy Poehler and Seth Myers to mock the NFL and its officials for Sunday’s taunting penalty against Terrelle Pryor, one of the dumbest penalties he’s ever seen.
A WFNY exclusive for those nostalgic for recently-departed Browns GM Ray Farmer: Farmer’s text messages sent during the Browns’ Week 1 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Kyle make a case for the Browns not sucking, has a half-baked idea for a Netflix feature, and talks about a classic Smashing Pumpkins track.
Kyle talks about why he has regrettably unable to learn to love golf, the book Powerhouse and how it relates to LeBron James and the future of Cleveland sports, and a catchy Blur song.
Kyle touches on the Cleveland Indians’ tragic series against the Minnesota Twins, his love of the Olympics despite their problems, and digs up a Butthole Surfers tune for the Random 90s Song of the Day.
The Indians, Cavs, the daily Calvin and Hobbes strip, and a brainstorm on how to fix SportsCenter in the age of the dying highlight.
The Cavs bring a tied series back to Cleveland after overcoming an 18-point deficit, but letting a late lead slip away to the Toronto Raptors.
The Cavs improve to 10-0 in the 2016 playoffs behind a triple-double from LeBron James and another efficient scoring night from Kyrie Irving.
Based on the results from the preceding series, Kyle observes what’s worked for the Cavs, and how they may strike at the Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Cavs scored 66 points in the first half, building an insurmountable lead that the Toronto Raptors were unable to overcome in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.