The good folks of WFNY TV walk you through the week of Cleveland sports.
WFNY YouTube channel Kyrie Irving potential trades post.
The WFNY YouTube Channel Kyrie Irving reaction post.
Just a quick, shameless plug for your friendly neighborhood sports blog, I will be appearing on SportsTimeOhio’s “All Bets Are Off” at 5:30 tonight, discussing the Cavs’ first two regular season contests and what, if anything, to expect over the coming months. Gene Winters and I will also delve into the seldom-discussed topic of Colt
Rick and I were lucky enough to get to sit with Les Levine this week. Check it out. Also, if you have a chance, check out Les’ deals. Books for Les and Dining for Les.
The Cavaliers winning the Tuesday’s NBA draft lottery has certainly brought some attention to our fair city. People in C-Town want to talk about Nick Gilbert, Kyrie Irving, and everything else Cavs this week. Then you’ve got the first place Tribe. There’s plenty to talk about these days, and WFNY has been given the chance
You may remember last week was the debut of the WFNY roundtable on the More Sports and Les Levine show. Scott, TD, and Craig were Les’ guests. Unfortunately, for many of our readers they aren’t in an area that carries NEON, Time Warner Cable’s Northeast Ohio network. Fortunately, Mike Rink the show’s producer was kind
That’s right kids, your old pals at WFNY will be making their triumphant return to television tonight. In the first of our upcoming monthly appearances, More Sports and Les Levine will have a WFNY roundtable with three of our writers. Tonight at 6 PM on Time Warner Cable channel 23 (NEON) in Northeast Ohio, yours
Just a quick note as we head into the evening hours… Not that I expect all of you to be up at 6:15am tomorrow, but in the event you are, I recommend tuning in to WKYC/Ch. 3’s morning show where I will be talking Cavaliers with host Mark Nolan. While I’m unsure just how long
So yesterday I had the chance to appear on the Les Levine show. Here’s the first segment… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7viK8NewP70[/youtube] I want to thank Mike the producer, Rick his partner, Les of course, and all the studio help for the chance. They made things easy on me. It was a blast! Part 2 after the jump.