There are plenty of emotions that can be had following Kyrie Irving being sent to the Celtics, but, nothing will ever take away that special night on June 19, 2016 that included The Shot. For that, we should be forever grateful for what Uncle Drew brought to the Cavs during his time in Cleveland.
Kyle relives LeBron James’ game-winning shot against the Chicago Bulls in Game 4 of the 2015 Eastern Conference Semifinals against, and argues that it altered the course of Cleveland sports.
The image is forever etched in Cleveland sporting lore, a symbol of a generation reduced to a footnote by one Michael Jeffrey Jordan. MJ, rising at the free throw line, seeing his shot — The Shot — fall, and celebrating with a leaping fist pump. In the background, the man tasked with defending Jordan, Craig
Draft rumors galore. — Jay Glazer’s report about the Browns not drafting Manziel at No. 4 caused ESPN to delete its previous report, which said the exact opposite, per Awful Announcing. In the Dawgs By Nature staff big board, Manziel is actually ahead of Teddy Bridgewater for everybody. That’s somewhat surprising to me, no? At
Yes, I am fine. (thanks for the “TD, step away from the ledge” email I got from you Denny, 2 minutes after the game. Nice touch). If you read my NCAA Tournament piece from Thursday, you know what I am talking about. See, I am a Kansas grad. Yeah, go ahead, pick me apart. Lets
There were a lot of things that made me sick this weekend: The Cavaliers lackluster performance in Game Six. The fact that at the end of the game, TNT decided to show another montage of the history of Cleveland Sports heartbreaks, starting with Red Right 88 and heading all the way to the ’07 3-1
“I’ve been playing preseason ball for 5 years!” That’s what Mo Williams said about three times while walking around the locker room in a daze after LeBron’s game winning shot on Friday night. He aimlessly wandered around the room asking reporters if they could believe what just happened, at one point asking for an informal
If you think that shot was huge last night, just imagine how history will view that shot if the Cavaliers are able to achieve their goal this season. It happened in a flash. It was a moment that has a chance to alter destiny. It was a singular shot that changed the mindset of an