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?
Dan Gilbert being Dan Gilbert has fired up the debates about the Cleveland sport ownership groups again. Each has their flaws and virtues, but there is no true debate here.
Andrew and Craig discuss the post-David Griffin Cleveland Cavaliers.
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.
A look at the uncertainty surrounding David Griffin’s future in Cleveland in the wake of his free agency and several potential suitors.
Ahead of the first game of the 2017 NBA Playoffs, Dave and Craig discussed the Cavaliers, the NFL’s movement of teams, and a lot about stadium financing.
It’s time to recognize the work David Griffin has done to build this current Cavaliers roster.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert is one of the more valuable assets the team could consider trading. Minnesota Timberwolves seem to be quite interested.
Though playing on his fifth team in six years, could Derrick Williams stick with the Cavs for the rest of the 2016-17 season?
Yet another potential backup point guard. The Cleveland Cavaliers likely checking in on Utah Jazz member, Shelvin Mack.
It’s been a frustrating couple of weeks for the Cavaliers, but is the strife at this point of the season actually a good thing? With the Cavaliers, maybe.
It appears the January swoon has led to some finger pointing in Independence.
Terry Pluto joins the WFNY podcast to discuss his new book. Also, click here to find out how you can win a copy of your very own!
Will Burge of WTAM joins the WFNY Podcast to discuss public financing of stadiums, the awful Browns’ quarterback conundrum, and Jimmy Haslam’s problematic ownership.
Cleveland Cavaliers (12-2) 128 Dallas Mavericks (2-13) 90 [Box Score] The Cavs won by 38 and it wasn’t as close as the score would indicate. Coming off a dominant win with huge performances from the Big 3 of LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love on Wednesday night, the Cavaliers came out with an even
The takes get rather sizzling when WFNY’s Dan Harrington interviews PFTCommenter.