The Cavaliers avoided turnover-ing their way out of a 22-point lead over the Phoenix Suns thanks to a big fourth quarter from LeBron James.
The Browns welcome the Cardinals to Cleveland for the first time since 2003 looking to turn their season around. Will NFC West-leading Arizona continue its winning ways?
In case you missed it—judging by the time of night the game had finish you probably had—the Cleveland Indians, once again, played a game in which they snatched defeat from the jaws of victory not once, not twice, but three times. The game 9-8, 14-inning loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks was marred by bad defense by
Finally, it appears that the Browns have taken at least one action step toward fixing its secondary. With its second-to-last pick in the draft, the Browns picked up CB Trevin Wade out of Arizona, the team’s first secondary selection over the last three days. A small cornerback listed at 5-feet-10-inches, Wade’s strengths are his above
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I’m hoping that this is the last time that we have to talk about LeCharles Bentley, as what looks like a mutual agreement on paper apparently has a lot more behind it. Today, ProFootballTalk published a small piece on the subject, and used some not-kind words to describe the organization’s feelings about the once-heralded center.
When it comes to baseball, Cleveland and Cincinnati really aren’t rivals. Since inter-league play began, there has been the I-71 series, or the “Battle of Ohio” as the clubs have tried to market it. But honestly, there really isn’t much animosity or ‘battle’. Going back, there was the Ray Fosse/Pete Rose collision, which I’m sure