Chad Zumock was back in town for a bit so he stopped by to catch us up on all things sports and comedy in Chad’s world.
The NBA regular season has become more boring with each additional game. How should Cavs fans react?
Kevin Kleps of Crain’s Cleveland Business makes his first appearance on the WFNY podcast and talks about his unique sports biz beat. We discuss the Indians selling lots of tickets, the Cavaliers adding onto The Q, and basically punt on the Browns.
The NBA is worried about their inventory of primetime games losing their appeal. They could fix all their issues and not lose any money while doing it.
Could the Andrew Bogut injury provide David Griffin with his toughest task yet?
It’s time to recognize the work David Griffin has done to build this current Cavaliers roster.
Now that all the flat earth stuff has died down, it’s time to talk about Kyrie Irving’s week in the news media churn.
It’s trade deadline day and we’re talking about all the scenarios. Additionally, we discuss Kyrie Irving’s flat earth theories.
Bottlegate has become a well-known website around Cleveland. Mike jumps on the podcast to discuss the Cavaliers’ trade deadline potential and the Cleveland Browns draft.
With the NBA Trade Deadline looming, WFNY looks at some of the deals that did (and didn’t) go down in recent years.
The Super Bowl left many commentators debating overtime rules. The last word, however, belongs to the Hot Sports Boys.
Kyle Korver has shown the ability to fill up the box score, but why isn’t he starting? WFNY debates.
Can Kyrie Irving bring home another three-point contest win? He’ll get his shot later this month.
Better late than never? The Cavaliers appear to (finally) be ready to host a few free agents.
The best team in the Eastern Conference will have two starters on the All-Star team. Is a third on the way?
Cleveland Cavaliers – 92 Utah Jazz – 100 [Box Score] The Cavaliers left Utah on a sour note Tuesday, losing to the Jazz 100-92. Entering the game with the third ranked defense in the NBA by defensive rating, the Jazz bottled up the Cavs’ potent offense, holding them to just 36.5 percent shooting from the floor and
Kyrie Irving has seen a substantial jump in his assist rate. WFNY’s Jeff Nomina takes a look at why this has been the case.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 90 New Orleans Pelicans – 82 [Box Score] With Kyrie Irving resting a sore hamstring, the Cavaliers were looking for someone else to heat up. Little did they know, second-round draft pick Kay Felder would provide the firepower needed to beat the New Orleans Pelicans 90-82 on Monday night. The Cavaliers shot
The Cleveland Cavaliers, on Friday, announced they will be without shooting guard J.R. Smith for 12-to-14 weeks following surgery to repair a complex fracture in the veteran’s right thumb.
Despite having Kevin Love, Tristan Thompson and LeBron James all pulling in boards by the boat load, the Cavaliers’ lack of frontcourt depth is rearing its ugly head in the way of mediocre rebounding rates.