Playoff basketball is finally here and if you’re not soaking in every minute, I don’t know what to tell you.
Paul George was none too pleased that he didn’t get to take the last shot of the game. LeBron James recommended he “live with the results.”
Can the Cavs “Flip the Switch?” Nike Basketball sure thinks so.
Stop us if you heard this one before: The Cavs blew a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter and ended up in overtime.
Myles Garrett’s latest interview is fashioning all skeptics for clown shoes.
Just days before the NBA Playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers have waived DeAndre Liggins. Wait—what?
WFNY and RJ. Believe that.
While it’s tough to top the unveiling of a two-story bar, the Cleveland Indians had plenty to discuss at this year’s “What’s New” event.
Tristan Thompson’s consecutive game streak will come to an end on Wednesday night as he will miss at least two games with a sprained thumb.
The Cleveland Cavaliers use a huge second half to dominate the Orlando Magic and pull into a tie with the Boston Celtics for the No. 1 seed in the East.
A discussion about baseball, expectations, and the Cleveland Indians, as well as the latest Sixty Second Kicks featuring the OG “Royal” Jordan 1.
We don’t always talk about wrestling, but when we do it’s probably with Will Gibson. Scott Sargent dialed up the estranged WFNY’er to discuss all things Wrestlemania 33!
While Tyler Naquin’s offense in 2017 remains a question mark, ESPN predicts him to be the worst defensive center fielder in all of baseball.
The Cavs are currently the second seed in the East after being dominated by the Spurs on national TV.
The Ashland University women’s basketball team quietly dominated their way to a 37-0 season. WFNY discusses.
Nike says Kyrie Irving’s signature sneaker is the best selling basketball performance shoe on the market right now.
LeBron James’ Soldier 10 line from Nike Basketball is the latest sneaker to get the brand’s “Flyease” technology for easier entry and use for all athletes.
In the grand debate, given the way we now view success in the NBA, LeBron James should be resting more, not less.
Myles Garrett is looking like a lock at No. 1, but ESPN’s Todd McShay gives the Cleveland Browns DeShaun Watson with the No. 12 pick in his latest mock draft.
In the wake of Andrew Bogut’s injury, the Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be ready to sign once-estranged center Larry Sanders to a multi-year contract.