Why “Road Trippin'” is a must-listen for any fan of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Cleveland will reportedly host a Christmas Day game in 2016 as they get their first rematch against the Golden State Warriors.
The second conversation of the week with Andrew is all about the Cavs and sports media.
Obviously there are more than three reasons to have hope for the Cleveland Cavaliers, but I decided to highlight just three. The Cavaliers lost a tough Game 4 in Cleveland and have to head to Oracle Arena for Game 5. The odds are stacked against the Cavaliers, but the odds have been stacked against them
Ben Cox joins the podcast to talk about the NBA and the Cavaliers trip to the NBA Finals. Plus, you know, DELLY! Delly and his status as unlikely hero and anti-hero Team construction and the Cavs having to rely on Delly Delly shooting better from outside than from the inside Matthew Dellavedova looking for too
Craig and Chad Zumock discuss how uncool Craig is, meeting Bernie Kosar, local radio and a whole lot more. Here’s the rest of the “whole lot more.” Rock on the Range with Chad Zumock Rob Schneider at Rock on the Range Doing local morning radio Shady people and not Craig is lame and guilty
After talking to Lane Adkins about the Browns, I dialed up Dave Sterling to talk about pretty much everything else. Before it was all done, we’d discussed being off of Twitter for the first Cavs playoff game, the idea of buying any shirt for $100, let alone a jersey, and teaching my son about the
[Also See: Cavs Behind the Box Score: Cavs beat the Bulls convincingly] We don’t post game highlight videos all that often, but the win last night over the Bulls felt special. J.R. Smith and Timofey Mozgov played well. LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love all played well. The team seemed to play with energy.
We all know what the Cavaliers traded for Timofey Mozgov, but we haven’t seen him play for the Cavs just yet. Regardless, this is the NBA and it’s important to decide whether a trade was worth it or not as soon as possible. At Pro Basketball Talk, Kurt Helin and Jenna Corrado discuss it and
Cleveland, Ohio and its fans may need to start taking a good look in the mirror when it comes to this “best sports fans in the world” rhetoric that continues to wear increasingly thin with every additional half-full stadium and arena that gets Twitpic’d. In their annual report for 2013, Nielsen took an in-depth look into who consumed sports
Does it feel to anyone else that Cleveland sports has become more fragmented? While this has always been true to a certain extent, I get the feeling that more and more the three sports teams are in direct competition with each other. I don’t know if it’s because of twitter, but it’s no longer good
Everyone take a deep breath. The losing streak is over. We can all relax. Well, at least a little bit. Cavaliers bounced back from (possibly) their worst loss of the season, beating the Boston Celtics 97-91 and snapping their season-long 10-game losing streak. Tristan Thompson led everyone with 29 points and 17 boards (both career
Akron Beacon Journal and Ohio.com beat writer Jason Lloyd wrote a very interesting piece on some internal criticisms of Cavaliers coach Byron Scott. The anonymous complaints really run the gamut; there’s the “run too hard of a practice session” complaint, the “team hasn’t played defense in three years” complaint, the “please use your time outs”
Well color me surprised. We might actually have some good news, Cavs fans. And we can thank Luke Walton. Sorta. Kyrie Irving participated in practice on Saturday and although there was no official news on Irving’s left shoulder injury, the Plain Dealer’s Jodie Valade reports that Walton let slip that Irving could be back soon. “I still
The Cavs had a pretty good first half. They lead 24-19 after the first quarter and held onto that lead for much of the first half. Tristan Thompson had seven points and Shaun Livingston had eight. But the Cavs failed to score over the final two minutes of the second quarter and Sixers closed the
It’s beginning. LeBron James has an out in his contract during the summer of 2014 and the NBA is abuzz with LeBron’s next decision and whether or not he’ll come back to Cleveland. David Letterman needled him about it. Adrian Wojnarowski’s took the Memphis Grizzlies trading Rudy Gay to the Toronto Raptors and turned it into a
Eight. That’s the number I take away from the Cavs’ 111-103 loss to the Denver Nuggets. The Nuggets came into Cleveland riding an eight game win streak, Denver had eight players score in double figures, and the Cavs started the night by spotting Denver an 8-0 advantage. Eight was also the final margin of victory,
ESPN’s Chris Palmer sure thinks so. Kyrie Irving > Derrick Rose. Things done changed. — chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) February 9, 2013 Really feel like we’ve seen the last days where D-Rose is better than Kyrie. — chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) February 9, 2013 Not dissing D-Rose. Kyrie is just that good. You ain’t got League
I love the idea of the Cavs signing Greg Oden. I love the idea of kicking the tires on a former number one pick and seeing if he can revive his career in the wine and gold. I love that the Cavs are mentioned alongside perennial contenders like the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics as Oden suitors.
After Saturday’s game against the Knicks, the Cavs have now played 25 of their 82 regular season games, which is about 30%. Technically the Cavs won’t reach the one-third point of the season until after Wednesday’s game in Boston, but I feel 30% is close enough for my purposes. Twenty five games is a pretty