Nothing but crickets in Independence as the Cleveland Cavaliers remain without a general manager.
Introducing several candidates for Cavs owner Dan Gilbert to consider to replace general manager David Griffin
Nobody knows what LeBron James is going to do next, but everyone pretends like they have a clue.
Late June, all of July, and early August are the dog days of summer sports. Sometimes it can be hard to find sports things to talk about in this season, but thankfully in Cleveland we always have the incompetence of our sports owners to give us hot topics to discuss.
This is less than ideal, right?
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?
Could Chauncey Billups be the next veteran to join the Cleveland Cavaliers? Multiple sources tell WFNY that Billups, a five-time NBA All-Star, spent Tuesday in Cleveland with Cavs head assistant coach Tyronn Lue, ultimately finishing up his trip with a Warehouse District dinner meeting alongside Lue, Cavs general manager David Griffin, head coach David Blatt. This,
Cleveland sports fans are waiting. Thus, while we’re all waiting, the WFNY editors thought you might enjoy reading. Because you never know how long we might be waiting. So here are assorted reading goodies for you to enjoy. Send more good links for tomorrow’s edition to email@example.com. “Can a superstar-less team win a championship again? The
In need of a reserve point guard and some veteran leadership, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly expressing interest in the 36-year-old Chauncey Billups. Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears reports that, with the Los Angeles Clippers recently acquiring J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley, Billups could be on the outside looking in. The Cavs—along with the San Antonio
Former Cavalier assistant coach Chris Jent may no longer be employed by the Cleveland NBA franchise, but this has not stopped him from helping improve the shot of players who don the Wine and Gold. Following in the footsteps of forwards LeBron James and JJ Hickson, 22-year-old power forward Samardo Samuels has reportedly spent time
Nuggets 99, Cavaliers 97 [Box] Well that was not too much fun to watch. Coming into the contest, hopes were high as the Cavs looked to gain a game on the major four powers in the NBA. Earlier in the day filled with great basketball action, the Lakers, Celtics, Magic and Spurs all lost their
Cleveland Cavaliers (28-9) at Denver Nuggets (22-13) Pepsi Center, Denver, CO Friday, January 8, 2010 10:30 PM ET WTAM 1100 AM, ESPN/HD The Cavaliers begin their epic five-game Western swing tonight with a meeting against the Nuggets at the Pepsi Center. The site of the first big game of LeBron’s career against fellow 2003 draftee
It wasn’t all that long ago that you, Antonio McDyess, were traded by your team, the Detroit Pistons. You were a part of a trade that many can now look back and say was the beginning of the end in terms of the era – Chauncey Billups to Denver, where he is now helping his team put up
I know most of you can’t stay up late enough to watch the NBA playoff matchup of Nuggets vs. Hornets. Both of the first two games of the series started at 10:30 PM EST. Well, after game two, Denver is up by two over Chris Paul and the Hornets. Also, game two can be described
While We’re Waiting aims to be the round-up of the recent WFNY-esque information for your morning viewing. DP takes a stab at it this morning. If you like these links, thank DP. If you don’t, it was all Scott’s fault. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the
This morning Terry Pluto put all the nails in the coffin of the Pistons even before the playoffs begin. He wrote an article stating that the Pistons could win a game or two, but that they have “None.Zip.Nada.” chance of actually beating the Cavaliers. He even goes on to say in the article that he
While We’re Waiting aims to be the round-up of the recent WFNY-esque information for your morning viewing. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar. Another thought on the Shaun Rogers/Eric Mangini issue: “The NFL collective bargaining agreement ends at the end of the 2010 season. This
Cavaliers 90, Pistons 80 [box] Somewhere in the midst of a twelve hour Super Bowl pregame, the Cleveland Cavaliers were duking it out on a national stage against their division rivals. A team that has had their only speed bumps of the season when not in the confines of The Q was once again on