The Cleveland Cavaliers’ 35-point loss to the Golden State Warriors on Monday night wasn’t fun for Cavs fans, but the worst part is the underlying issue that led to the blowout. The Cavaliers have some major issues right now.
The Clemson Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide played an epic national title game on Monday night. The problem? A classic that ended at 12:30 am in the Eastern time zone forced many to have to choose between work/sleep and the game. It’s an unfortunate situation with no real answers. Or are there?
Kyle wonders whether it’s possible to calibrate expectations to be a happy fan, and digs up a Flaming Lips tune for the Random 90s Song of the Day.
2017 has officially arrived, and with everyone making their own personal resolutions, we come up with some resolutions for the Cleveland sports teams.
As 2017 quickly approaches, we take one last look back at what 2016 meant to us as Cleveland sports fans.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are set to square off on Christmas Day in a rematch of the past two NBA Finals. But with Tim Duncan’s jersey retirement ceremony, we ponder what LeBron’s ceremony might look like someday.
The Cleveland Browns are terrible. We all know this. So why do we let them continue to tear us apart as fans and foster such anger and hostility? Letting go should be so much easier.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been pretty good so far this season, but the lack of depth off the bench is a serious concern and something that could impact the team as the Cavs hit a tougher stretch of their schedule.
The attack on students at Ohio State on Monday was horrific, frustrating, and sad. As sports fan, we continue to find the balance between entertainment, escape, and the world around us.
2016 wasn’t always the greatest, but we take a moment before the Thanksgiving break to be thankful for the good things in 2016. Because believe it or not, it actually wasn’t all bad.
With the Cleveland Browns being their typical selves, many fans in Cleveland are stuck with the NFL as a whole for better or worse. And lately, that has mostly been for the worse.
The Cleveland Browns played a road game in Cleveland this week just after the Cleveland Indians played an away game at home in the World Series. What is going on in Cleveland? Is there something sinister bubbling beneath the surface or is Cleveland just a victim of circumstance?
The sun is shining, the weather is mild, and the Cleveland Indians have two chances at home to win the World Series! How can this not be fun? Let’s take a moment and just really enjoy this.
The Cleveland Indians dropped Game 2 of the World Series, but no matter the outcome of the series, Cleveland Sports has given fans so much to be thankful for over the last year.
Trevor Bauer pitched less than an inning after his pinky opened up and bled everywhere. Some people are simply mad at him, but, with Trevor, it is always more complicated.
The Cleveland Indians are still unbeaten in the postseason. This is beginning to feel like destiny. Has Cleveland been changed by a single championship?
The Cleveland Indians swept the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS to move on to the ALCS where they will face the Toronto Blue Jays. It’s been a crazy year that has led to this moment, but now that it’s here, it’s time to embrace it.
As we prepare to embark on this MLB Postseason journey, we take a minute first to reflect on WFNY’s Indians coverage and take a moment to make sure none of this is taken for granted.
The Cleveland Indians rank No. 6 in MLB’s local TV ratings, despite ranking third-to-last attendance. Why could this be? WFNY’s Jacob Rosen shares some theories and discusses the playoff TV schedule.
There were two pointless debates on Monday. One was about who should be President of the United States of America. The other was about who should have been QB of the Cleveland Browns in 2016. We might as well chime in on both.