As a kid, Francisco Lindor wanted to play baseball as a way to get on TV. Seven years after being drafted by the Indians, he’s one of the best the game has to offer.
It takes an awful lot for the Cleveland Browns’ front office to have the highest level of fan perception in the city, but it could be argued that John Dorsey’s group leads the pack when it comes to fan confidence.
What LeBron James has done to Toronto is eerily similar to what MJ did to the Cavaliers back in the late-80s.
I’ll be watching the NFL Draft Thursday night, drinking beers and laughing with friends. I’ll be watching it Friday night, and following along on Saturday, texting buddies to see what they think. I’m excited to see who my favorite team selects, but I’ll be caring much more about what they can do come Week 1 than anything else.
LeBron James nearly triple-doubles as the Cavs go ice cold in the second half of Game 3.
Ty Lue has decided one game was enough as the Cavs enter Game 2 against the Pacers with a new starting lineup.
Jason Kipnis, for all of his successes, has become the mid-summer equivalent of Kevin Love.
The Cleveland Cavaliers will have a 15th man on their postseason roster, but if everything goes according to plan, Kendrick Perkins will be more coach-player than player-coach.
Baseball has a host of players who are worthy of the individual spotlight. The Cleveland Indians would be wise to thrust Francisco Lindor to the top of that list.
Here’s hoping Tyronn Lue gets back sooner than later, but more importantly, fully healthy.
Amidst health concerns coupled with uncertainty surrounding the cause, Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Ty Lue is taking a leave of absence from the team.
Joe Thomas played every offensive snap for the Browns from his rookie season through Week 7 in 2017. On Wednesday, he announced his retirement.
LeBron James, who is never at a loss for words, simply calls history-making night “pretty cool.”
The Cavs are finally back home, and this time looking much different than the last time we saw them in person.
WFNY is officially 10 years old. Join us for what will be a week-long celebration of a decade of waiting.
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What to make of all the latest Cavs news and rumors.
Chief Wahoo will be no more.
The Cavaliers are rumored to be in the mix for several players, but can any of them help pull them out of this January malaise?
The names of potential offensive coordinators was growing as long as infamous the starting quarterback jersey, but the Cleveland Browns may have their man. According to Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com, “all signs” point to Haley as the team’s play caller for the 2018 season. Via Cabot: Todd Haley is trading in his Terrible Towel