The annual CelticsBlog NBA Blogger Previews are underway, and the Cavaliers are on the clock. Our preview of the Cavaliers is below. For all the other previews from Cavaliers bloggers, check for the list of Cavaliers previews over at CelticsBlog.
While we are doing our own NBA divisional previews here at WFNY, CelticsBlog (one of the absolute best in the business) is also hosting their annual Blogger Previews, and this year we were invited to participate. Our preview of the Cavaliers, along with all the other Central Division teams will be coming this week, but
Time: 3:30 PM, EDT TV/Radio: WEWS Ch. 5, WKNR AM/850. Kickoff Weather: 78 degrees (at kickoff), Winds 6 MPH (SE) Line: OSU (-18.5) Honestly, I’m a bit surprised that there was not more Buckeye talk this week after our huge win in Camp Randall. But while the Badgers get to play host once again to
Blue Jackets 5, Stars 4 – OT (Box Score) – NHL.com Highlights Record: 1-0-0, 2 points (T1st division; T1st conference) As the regular season finally kicked off for the Jackets, there was a lot to be happy about. The Jackets earned a road win against a very tough opponent against whom they have had little
Picks of the Week – October 10, 2008 Continuing on with the one game-one propositional bet scenario, Matt checks in again this week to discuss a little Browns/Giants. As always, this is for recreational purposes only and under no circumstances does WFNY condone gambling. Away we go…
In our weekly installment, we examine what it’s going to take for the Browns to avoid getting embarrassed AGAIN on Monday Night against the World Champion New York Giants. The Browns finally got into the win column, and have had a bye week in which to get healthy. So, can they hang with the G-Men?
A league source tells us that the talk among the Browns is that tight end Kellen Winslow landed in the Cleveland Clinic because his balls swelled to the size of grapefruits. Wow. I’m actually pretty speechless. Obviously, all while wishing Winslow the best. WINSLOW HAS SWOLLEN, UM, PARTS? [PFT]
The Phillies beat the Dodgers last night in game one of the NLCS, and the Rays take on the Red Sox in game one of the ALCS tonight. I didn’t watch a pitch of any of the Division Series games, and likely won’t watch much of the LCS games either. As I was watching the
Surprise 8, Scottsdale 7 – 10 Innings (box) First, let me get something out of the way: Matt Wieters is the real deal. I don’t know if he’ll get a crack at the Orioles roster on day one, but it won’t be too long before this kid is getting All-Star votes. As the designated hitter in
It’s a copycat league out there, folks. Waiting For Next Year compares the Cleveland Browns to Sarah Palin, and wouldn’t you know – Brady Quinn and Joe Thomas head out to Strongsville to support the McCain/Palin ticket. Their teammate, Willie McGinest, was out with LeBron James at a rally for Barack Obama and Senator Joe Biden.
Apparently, there has been some back office uproar amongst the agents of NBA players. There is no denying that this past off season has been near stellar for Danny Ferry. Stellar would have been if Chris Paul was a Cavalier. What can I say, I’m a tough customer. But one signing that made it near
We haven’t had one of these in a while, so we thought that it would be apropos to give you all some reading material to take with you on your evening commutes. Do enjoy… BQ’s emailing his abs…again [HHR]
“So if any of you has any fantasies about running out of that tunnel with your helmet shining in the sun …you best leave them right here.”- RUDY Have you dreamed of making the final shot at the buzzer? In your backyard do you set up at the three point line and imagine LeBron driving
With our football team 1-3 heading into a Monday Night’r against the reigning champions, I can’t help but feel a little sick to my stomach. But with this recent newsout of Browns camp, it appears that the feeling is contagious among the players as well. The Browns will practice again Thursday without Kellen Winslow, who’s
Peo Javelinas 8, Surprise 7 (box) While we were able to see the AFL debuts of several Indians players two days ago, the second game of the season lifted the curtain on a couple more. Unfortunately, Chuck Lofgren likely wishes that the curtain would just stay put as he was torched for six earned runs in
This week the WFNY podcast is hosted by Scott and myself as we welcome Dan Labbe from Cavaliers Corner on cleveland.com. We talk about some of the Cavaliers key issues of the moment including the first preseason game, Anderson Varejao, the possibility of the Cavaliers running more, and some of the matchups with the other
While we pine away for championships here in the city of Cleveland, the area already has a champion walking around. Kelly Pavlik, the undisputed middle-weight champion of the world has a non-title bout up at the light-heavyweight weightclass on October 18th with Bernard Hopkins. Despite news of an elbow injury, Pavlik is apparently still ready
If you have the opportunity, go back and watch all of Chris Wells’ runs against Wisconsin again. Be prepared to be impressed. Think you can power him down? Think again. Think he’s got fullback speed? Think again. Think he doesn’t have great natural instincts? I beg to differ. Plus, he has the hammer. You can’t
Google has this pretty cool tool available for the time being, where you can go back to the year 2001 and see what the top generated links are to your respective search terms. So, with this at my fingertips, I decided to take a look back at what today’s topics were doing seven years ago…
Peo Javelinas 10, Surprise 3 (box) While there are still four teams vying for this season’s World Series Trophy, the Arizona Fall Leauge kicked off their season yesterday afternoon. Several members of the Cleveland Indians farm system will be taking part in the two-month league, and we’ll be doing our best to keep you updated