The Denver Nuggets thrash the Cavs, 113-126, thanks to subpar defensive effort from everyone wearing wine and gold.
Kyle touches on the Terrelle Pryor question, reexamines the disparity between the NBA’s top free-throw earners, and digs up a No Doubt tune for International Women’s Day.
Andrew Bogut breaks his tibia in his Cavaliers debut, and Dion Waiters banks in a game-winning three in a revenge game against his former team.
Cleveland Cavaliers (42-19) – 92 Miami Heat (29-34) – 120 Box Score It was Saturday evening. I didn’t have any immediate plans (damn you, social life!). I had sort of forgotten the Cleveland Cavaliers were even playing the tail half of a road-road back-to-back in Miami against the Heat. I turned on the game, and like Ron Burgundy
To celebrate the Oscars, WFNY gives out some fake awards in the Cavaliers’ 102-95 win over the Milwaukee Bucks.
Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion, on sports and other matters. But not all opinions are created equal — some are better than others.
The Cavaliers lost a winnable but ugly game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, with Russell Westbrook’s triple-double and Steven Adams’ rebounding leading the way for OKC.
The Cleveland Cavaliers held an opponent below 100 points for the first time in nearly a month, as they start a new wining streak with a victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Kyle shares a rare NFL Draft opinion, and discusses how a Black Crowes lyric comforts him through the Cavs’ recent struggles.
The Cavaliers let an attainable win over the San Antonio Spurs go errant, falling 118-115 in overtime to the NBA’s second best team.
The Cleveland Cavaliers end their road trip at 3-3 after a pummeling at the hands of the Golden State Warriors, in what is hopefully not a Finals preview.
WFNY’s Kyle Welch emembers what it was like for Cleveland to lose the Browns when he was young as the NFL decides whether to let the Chargers leave San Diego.
The Cavaliers avoided turnover-ing their way out of a 22-point lead over the Phoenix Suns thanks to a big fourth quarter from LeBron James.
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.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors pick up where they left off in what served as Game 8 of last summer’s NBA Finals, the Cavaliers emerging with a well-earned victory.
The Cavaliers won an entertaining shootout against the Lakers on Timofey Mozgov’s ring night with great ball movement and 12 assists from Kyrie Irving.
Kyle talks about what the Jeff Fisher firing says about the Cleveland Browns, The Undoing Project, and an out-of-season Ace of Base song.
Kyrie Irving shows off his basketball talents, water bottle-flipping skills, and vocabulary as the Cavaliers demolish the New York Knicks, 126-94.
The Cavaliers’ funk continues with their third-straight loss, this one a lackluster game to the Chicago Bulls. We embrace the mild panic with some Tom Petty.
The Cavaliers improve to 2-0 over their Eastern Conference rivals the Toronto Raptors thanks to a streaking Channing Frye and an Oscar-ish LeBron James.