In his latest appearance on The Nail, Podolski shares stories from Miocic’s high school years, sets the scene at UFC’s media day on Thursday, previews the fight as Miocic tries to become the first UFC heavyweight champ to reach three successful title defenses, and gives a rundown on the red-hot, trash talkin’ challenger Ngannou.
Cavaliers head coach Ty Lue spoke about trade rumors and how he’s handling his team prior to the NBA trade deadline.
With the Cleveland Cavaliers looking to win their second straight game and gain some momentum after a dismal end to 2017 and start to 2018, the wine and gold host the Oklahoma City Thunder Saturday afternoon. WFNY’s Scott Sargent gives you a glimpse of OKC entering Quicken Loans Arena in a video that includes stars such as Paul George, Carmelo Anthony, and Russell Westbrook. You might want to take a look at Stephen Adams’ outfit as well.
WFNY’s Jeff Nomina argues that making LeBron happy right now won’t make him happy next year, and that should be the Cavaliers’ real goal.
Joe Thomas took to the Thomahawk podcast to erase any doubt about the impact of cutting Joe Haden to the 2017 Cleveland Browns.
ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. has the Browns drafting a quarterback at No. 1 overall, but his choice is bound to ruffle some feathers.
Gregg Popovich is renowned for instituting a unique and strong culture for the San Antonio Spurs, reflected in how they handled LaMarcus Aldridge’s trade request this summer. Does the Cleveland Cavaliers’ handling of Kyrie Irving’s trade request reflect cultural weaknesses?
Nick Carrabine is back on The Nail as the guys discuss what has happened to J.R. Smith, Isaiah Thomas’ fit and whether he’s playable against Golden State, and whether Ty Lue is getting the most out of this Cavs roster.
With the NBA trade deadline moved up and less teams likely to sell off parts, these are the most likely names we’ll be hearing over the next three weeks.
Sure, there are successful teams without a top-end quarterback, but why take the tougher path to prominence?
WFNY continues its grading of the 2017 Browns season with Joe Gilbert giving his grade and thoughts on the Browns offensive line and their performance during the 2017 season.
Second year middle linebacker Joe Schobert is headed to the Pro Bowl, replacing Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier on the AFC roster.
A look back at the Browns tight end performance in 2017.
The Cleveland Browns went 0-16. Scott Raab joins the podcast to talk about it.
For the first time since Week 17 of the 2014-15 season, the basketball Buckeyes are ranked in the AP Top 25. Ohio State comes in at No. 22 following a 15-4 start to their season, including a perfect 6-0 record in the Big Ten. Not bad for a team that was projected to finish 11th (out of 14 teams) in the conference this season by Big Ten media members.
Eighteen months after his ESPY speech, LeBron James used Monday’s shootaround to think back to that moment as a conversation starter, the first leg of a marathon that is still going today.
No matter what sport, every player has his own role; a role that they can succeed in and help the team, whether they are the star or the last player on the bench. Joey Lane’s role isn’t to fill up the stat sheet, the former walk-on knows that he isn’t on the team to provide something that people will see in the box score or in see in a game recap. To the average fan, a player like Lane may seem pointless in terms of the team’s success. But that’s far from true for the junior guard.
Although he hasn’t been part of it the last three seasons, Thomas has been able to watch the rivalry between the Cavs and Warriors be born from afar. Unfortunately for him, the point guard was forced to watch the first matchup between the two on Christmas Day less than a month ago while continuing to recover from his hip injury, although this time he was able to watch from the sidelines, rather than on his television in Boston. Monday night, he will have the opportunity to take part in the rivalry for the first time, a moment that he is excited for even though he believes it’s “just another game”.
As we take a moment to celebrate one of the truly great Americans in Martin Luther King Jr., let’s take a moment to honor one of his inspirations, the Cleveland Indians’ own Larry Doby.
Just one year removed from a 3-13 season, the Jacksonville Jaguars are just one win away from the Super Bowl. Over the past few years, they’ve built their team through the draft and in free agency. With so much draft capital and cap space, the Cleveland Browns would be smart to follow the same plan. If anything, what the Jaguars have done should give Browns fans plenty of hope.
Using a portion of LeBron James’ quote from this year’s Media Day, Nike has unveiled this year’s EQUALITY campaign.