You can’t make this stuff up- when I logged on tonight to write about the game I noticed someone found our site tonight using a search engine and the phrase “Mike Bown’s offense.” I’m kind of surprised they didn’t get some sort of error message there… The Celtics beat the Cavaliers 89-73, as Boston
I’m a Buckeye fan. I hate the UM Woodchucks on principle. So when I caught wind of this story, it made me chuckle deep down… It seems that Browns Wide Receiver Braylon Edwards isn’t too happy with the new Michigan coach. In fact, in one move Richie Rich made quite a few people from the
Spy Gate Hits Close To Home I’ll be honest, I don’t remember anything about the Browns game in New England on December 9th, 2001. It was 7 years ago, and the if anything sticks out about the 2001 season, it was the following week at home against Jacksonville….the bottle throwing game (on a side note….why
Cleveland Cavaliers (45-37, 4-3) vs Boston Celtics (66-16, 5-3) TD Banknorth Garden, Boston, MA Thursday, May 8, 2008 7:00 p.m. ET ESPN/FSN OH/WUAB, WTAM Live Blog: 6:45 p.m. ET The Cavaliers find themselves down 0-1 in this series with Boston. It’s not surprising when you consider the fact that this franchise has never won the
…But could it get much worse? As mentioned yesterday, Joe Borowski was taking to the hill for a short bullpen session in attempt to return from his injured triceps. Well, it appears that MLB.com was on the scene and that things went A-OK. Borowski said his arm felt great Thursday. “A huge difference,” he said.
I must say, I was a bigger fan of the takes that showed the city of Cleveland from a few years back. Regardless, I’d be remiss if I didn’t link to Nike’s newest work regarding their Witness campaign. As always, post your thoughts below. Nike Basketball: Witness [Nikebasketball.com] (via BDL)
1992. The Cold War officially came to an end. NAFTA was signed. Bill Clinton elected President for first term. Stamps cost .29. Silence of the Lambs wins Oscar for Best Picture. Duke beats Michigan to win the Final Four. The Redskins beat the Bills in the Superbowl. And the Indians win the season series against
We chatted with John over at Red’s Army before game one. Here’s the second installment of our ongoing playoff conversation… Red’s Army– So LeBron and Paul Pierce/Ray Allen EACH went 2-18 with 10 turnovers. Which of those scares you more? WFNY– Well, as a Cavalier fan Pierce and Allen going 2-18 doesn’t scare me at
Attention K-Mart Shoppers We Have A Lost Child, Would Devin Brown Please Report To The Customer Service Desk, Thank You… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSh-Zi27vBI[/youtube] Did the Cavaliers miss a chance to ‘steal one’ on the road? Absolutely. Looks like they will have to ‘earn one’ in order to win this series. Maybe they need a shot in the arm
Upon racking up his sixth win of the season, I felt that today’s comic should commemorate the solid start of Cliff Lee. Lee struck out seven, allowed six hits and walked none last night. His ERA now sits at 0.81 and he’s toting an amazing strikeout-to-walk ratio of 39:2 through 44-plus innings. Disgusting. With that
Thanks to the Orange and Brown Report and The Football Wire for the tip. Browns LB Willie McGinest has reportedly announced that he plans to retire after the ’08 season. With his contract set to expire, it is not likely the Browns would have brought him back, but the former Super Bowl winner is going
Cleveland’s favorite closer, Joe Borowski, is slated to toss a bullpen session tomorrow in his attempt to come back from his triceps injury. Eric Wedge has already stated that Borowski would return to the closer’s role once he’s healthy, which is expected to be relatively soon. Obviously, there aren’t too many supporters in the JoBo camp these days.
While Mike continues to pound out excellent work regarding the recently drafted Browns players, The Sons of Nev have a pretty intriguing piece regarding Austin Scott – one of the seven players added post-draft. Scott, a son of the Big Ten, is one of the more-heralded running backs in recent Pennsylvania history, but as SoN
Man, do I wish this game would have wound up the other way… As usual, click on the file for the full-size image. (All photos courtesy AP)
Those that participated in our live blog last night can head down to the 10:47 mark when Ilgauskas made a clutch late-game shot. With that said, big WFNY props to J.E. Skeets at “Ball Don’t Lie” for his response to the same incident. For those that are a bit confused, this is homage to the
Game One was a frustrating affair. If you are the kind of person who likes to pick at your scabs, you can follow our frustration in the live blog or you can read Rick’s thoughts after the game. What follows in my analysis in numbers and words. -We start with LeBron in victory, so we’ll
Cleveland 5, NY Yankees 3 (box) There was a baseball game last night?? While any battle between New York flamethrower Joba Chamberlain and the Indians will likely entail a discussion of the pests that swarmed the reliever during last season’s playoffs, David Dellucci did his best to put a little baseball back into the mix.
The Cavaliers lost 76-72 in Boston, falling behind 1-0 in the series. You know, in case you read this site and weren’t aware or something… After a loss like that one it would be easy to play the what if? game. What if LeBron shot better than 11%? What if the team made more than
As always, festivities start approx. 15 minutes prior to gametime. Hope you can join us…