Cleveland sports and Ohio State are represented at the 2017 ESPYs.
The Cleveland Cavaliers made a bunch of noise leading up to the draft but still managed to have a quiet night.
WFNY’s Jacob Rosen provides a salary cap overview for where things stand entering the NBA free agency period for the Warriors, Cavs, Celtics and Spurs.
Andrew and Craig discuss the post-David Griffin Cleveland Cavaliers.
Not all is lost in the wake of David Griffin’s ousting as Cavs general manager.
Could Mr. Big Shot be the next Cavaliers’ front office head?
Monday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers and GM David Griffin agreed to part ways. It’s a troubling development for fans of the franchise and it adds a layer of uncertainty that only serves to make things feel a little uneasy.
Dan Gilbert strikes again.
LeBron James and the Cavaliers might have only been champs for a year, but the accomplishment lives forever.
The Cleveland Cavaliers won their first championship on June 19 2016, and no one can take that away from Cavs fans. It might be a year ago, but the memory is fresh.
It’s Friday on WFNY and that means Craig is here with his week’s thoughts and links to things that might interest you.
Walking through the Michael Jordan and LeBron James comparisons by playoff round and why we should probably just celebrate greatness rather than forcing comparisons.
Cleveland is a city of champions. Let’s act like it.
The Cleveland Cavaliers lost out to the better team as the Golden State Warriors were created due to the paranoia of competing against the Greatest of All-Time player, LeBron James.
Golden State Warriors – 129 Cleveland Cavaliers – 120 [Box Score] It’s hard to appreciate at the end of a disappointing season, but the Cavaliers’ squad of the last three years will likely go down as one of Cleveland fans’ very favorite teams of all time. LeBron James’ return and the subsequent trade for Kevin
Cavs in 7. J.R. Smith gave the rally cry for the city of Cleveland and every NBA fan that wants to see the Golden State Warriors eat crow. Just because the Cavs are down 3-1, doesn’t mean they cannot pull it off. We remember. We know. Cavs in 7.
Draymond Green loves to whine about every, single call against him. The NBA should put an end to it.
Reliving the Cavs’ Game 4 victory with a slew of highlights.
The NBA provides some of the best imagery in sports, but the final product is oftentimes a result of many, many missed opportunities.
Draymond Green was ejected until he wasn’t, Zaza Pachulia punched Shump in the nuts, but Kyrie drops 40 and LeBron puts up yet another triple-double in a huge win for the Cavs.