Sometimes there’s a man, well—he’s the man for his time and place. That’s Baker Mayfield for the 2018 Cleveland Browns.
The Browns are a long way from contention, but there’s merit in incremental progress.
Ties suck—but Myles Garrett and the Browns provided real reason to believe.
Myles Garrett and Josh Gordon are what the Browns almost never have: real, actual blue chippers.
Basketball makes you a nicer person sometimes.
WFNY cannot decide if the Cavs trades are bigger or the fact Will Gibson needed to make a return trip to discuss them. Either way…
Thank you for reminding me how wonderful a sport baseball can be.
The 2016-17 Cleveland Cavaliers are worlds removed from the Cleveland Spiders of 1899, yet a thread connects them.
The Raptors’ wins over the Cavs have them feeling like Rocky Balboa and Rick Moranis. Also, enjoying Draymond Green’s struggles and Dion Waiters’ maturation.
LeBron James’ ever-growing old man strength, Kyrie Irving’s continuing development, Tyronn Lue’s political capital, and more from Cavs-Raptors Game 1.
Craig Sager has been on the sidelines during the NBA Playoffs, just like normal. That is goddamn insane.
The Cavs broke the record for three-pointers in an NBA playoff game. Then they broke the record for most threes in any NBA game. Cavs 2, Hawks 0.
The Browns high-character draft picks look to be aimed at (finally) creating a better Browns culture. Here’s a look at their Twitter reactions to being drafted.
The Browns are nowhere close to completing a football masterpiece, and that’s okay. The fun part of the draft is meeting the newest characters joining the cast.
Kyrie Irving (26 points), LeBron James (20), and Kevin Love (20) played one of their best combined games as the Cavs beat the Pistons in Detroit, 101-91.
LeBron got riled up and the Cavs hit 20 threes as they took a 2-0 lead over the Detroit Pistons in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
Jordan McRae went off for 36 points in the season finale, but it wasn’t quite enough as the Pistons beat the Cavs, 112-110 in overtime. The Cavs will see more of Detroit in the first round of the playoffs.
Technology has evolved like crazy and you have to pick just one player to watch for the next 10 years. Stephen Curry, Kyrie Irving, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Kristaps Porzingis are among the prime candidates. Who you got?
Today we focus on Francisco Lindor and Shinsuke Nakamura, two relative newcomers to the US sports world who are just dripping with charisma.
J.R. set a Cavs single-season three-point record as the Cavs walloped the Bucks, 109-80.