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LeBron tweets, Future on SNL, and one of the worst basketball columns ever: While We’re Waiting…

LeBron James continues to fire off “cryptic” tweets, Future and The Weeknd were on SNL, and the Chicago Tribune pubs a horrible take on Steph Curry.

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Headlines

Delonte West says LeBron James saved his life, he’s pulling for Cavs in Finals

Delonte West was a fan favorite when he played for the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2007 to 2010. He still holds a special place in the heart of many Cavs fans, and the mutual affinity between Cleveland and West will only grow in light of his recent comments about the city and LeBron James. In an interview with

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Podcast

Dave Sterling and Chris Clem break down the Cavs playoffs – WFNY Podcast – 2015-05-08

Dave Sterling enjoyed a chat with Comedian and Cavs podcast host Chris Clem. They discussed the following. Being a Cavs fan in Chicago The proper way to wear a Mozgov is backwards Who wears replica basketball shorts? Dave’s game 1 experience Kids sitting court-side Sweeping the seats for giveaway swag. Not a great day for

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Headlines, WFNY Stats & Info

J.R. Smith now 45th in Cavs history in threes attempted: WFNY Stats & Info

In the background to his All-Star All-Style victory, J.R. Smith continues to make damages to the Cleveland Cavaliers record books. In just 20 games with the Cavs, he’s already shot up the leaderboard in three-point shots attempted. Here’s a look at exactly where Smith stands in Cavs history: 38. Andre Miller – 200 39. John Bagley –

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Podcast

The Cleveland Cavaliers are frustrating to watch – WFNY Podcast – 2015-01-16

I grabbed Sam Allard from Cleveland Scene Magazine to discuss the ever-frustrating Cavaliers. Sam watches the Cavs and occasionally writes stories about them, including a pre-season profile on Cavaliers coach Mike Brown upon his return. Isn’t it funny what time does to sports stories? The Cavaliers and their struggles Kevin Love playing through injuries The

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Headlines

Cavs targeting Bulls’ Adrian Griffin to replace Mike Brown?

The Cavaliers surely wasted an entire year bringing back Mike Brown to the Cavs bench for the 2013-14 season. How else do you explain his ouster after just one season of his five year $20 million deal? David Griffin has got to be deep into his search for Mike Brown’s replacement already and Sam Amick indicates

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Headlines

NBA News: Mavericks suspend guard Delonte West

Allegedly stemming from an “outburst in the locker room,” the Dallas Mavericks have reportedly suspended former Cavalier guard Delonte West for conduct detrimental to the team. West, as Cavalier fans may recall, was given an excused absence from the team following a preseason locker room outburst back in 2009. He has had a long-running history

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Headlines

Video: Delonte West Gives a “Wet Willie,” Gets a Technical Foul

Following a bizarre stretch of play that involved an unprovoked swing of the arm from Delonte West in the vicinity of Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward, the former Cavalier shooting guard was handed a technical foul for the only “wet willie” administered in recent in-game NBA history. The referees missed the moist poke of the

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Headlines

Delonte West Offers Delonte West-like Quotes at Dallas Zoo

Former Cleveland Cavaliers guard and fan favorite Delonte West was the recent subject of a trip to the Dallas zoo.  West, along with teammate Lamar Odom, sat with area students during a 30-minute program in which zoo specialists brought out various animals such as penguins, alligators and a boa constrictor. The highlight, per usual, was the

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Headlines

Delonte West Expresses Appreciation For Cleveland

The Dallas Mavericks’ visit to the Q last night meant the return of Delonte West. Along with West, the Dallas visit also led to a re-hash of their NBA Finals win over public enemy number one in Cleveland. The former Cavalier guard is talking to the media these days, and expressed his gratitude and appreciation

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General

While We’re Waiting… More on Delonte’s Troubles, Jason Kipnis the Outfielder and Harangody’s Value?

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at tips@waitingfornextyear.com. More on Delonte West, this time some insight into his condition- “That’s why this most recent episode is so hard to swallow. The messages

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General

While We’re Waiting… No White House for Delonte, No Right-handed Help for the Tribe

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at tips@waitingfornextyear.com. Former Cavalier Delonte West is un-invited to the White House- “I’m banned from going to the White House, so I’m not going to make

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General

While We’re Waiting…Sullinger Sits One Out and Browns Prep For Baltimore

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at tips@waitingfornextyear.com. Jared Sullinger to sit out today’s game: “After demolishing the Dookies on Tuesday night, 85-63, Thad Matta goes for his 300th career victory tonight, in the

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Cavaliers

Shaquille O’Neal Says LeBron James Was Not Accountable to Mike Brown in Cleveland

When the Cleveland Cavaliers traded for Shaquille O’Neal before the start of the 2009-10 season, it was certainly met with mixed reviews. But whether it was ever really the smartest move or if it was instead a reactionary move meant only to deal with the Orlando Magic, the fact remains that Shaq represented a symbol

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Cavaliers

NBA Lockout: Stars Taking Over Negotiations?

As the NBA lockout continues and heads to mediation this week, there remains few signs of hope for a season. Chris Sheridan links to a profile of George Cohen, the man who will be mediating this mess. Cohen’s agency, the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) boasts an 86% success rate in mediation. So there

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Cavaliers

NBA Lockout: Delonte West Finally Lands a Job

Though the alleged run with Home Depot didn’t go as planned, former Cavaliers guard Delonte West has found himself some gainful, stateside employment as a stock boy for Regency Furniture. The DC-based furniture store will provide West with some time-killing, money-making opportunities – allowing the veteran shooting guard to “stay afloat durin the lockout” –  thanks

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Cavaliers

NBA Trade Rumors: Celtics Join Bulls in Pursuit of Anthony Parker

Fresh off an 18-point, nine-assist performance, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Anthony Parker is all the buzz in the latest NBA trade rumors. A crucial contributor in Cleveland’s upset over the Los Angeles Lakers Wednesday night, Parker already had been mentioned over the past few weeks, but potential talks are just starting to heat up now. The

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Cavaliers

Delonte West Allegedly Fights Teammate During First Week of Season

Following what was described as an “intense game of three-on-three basketball,” two of the newest members of the Boston Celtics reportedly got into a fistfight.  Hoopsworld’s Alex Kennedy reports that following said practice, Von Wafer attempted to walk away from the apparent disagreement but former Cavalier Delonte West followed him into the locker room where

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Cavaliers

Cavs Offbeat: Rookie Doughnut Duty is Alive and Well

A ritual made public by former Cavs guard (and then embedded correspondent) Delonte West on The Jim Rome Show continues through the season of New Expression.  Despite all of the change that has occurred in the hallowed halls of Quicken Loans Arena, the rookie players of the Wine and Gold will continue to supply Krispy Kreme doughnuts

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Cavaliers

The LeBron Aftermath is Surprisingly Quiet

When LeBron got on TV and took a sledgehammer to the city of Cleveland, wheels started spinning all over the NBA.   First and foremost, Dan Gilbert got busy with the Comic Sans and wrote the fans a letter.  Beat reporter Brian Windhorst scrambled to a broken record theory about the seven stages of grieving

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