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?
Why are the Cleveland Browns so bad? Introducing the Browns Cycle Of Suckitude (BCOS), a graphical representation of the Browns’ negative feedback loop of failure.
Kyle discusses why humanity (and the universe) demands that the Browns need to be bad, and re-introduces the Random 90s Song of the Day.
Kyle talks about how surviving the trials and tribulations of a Cleveland sports fan can serve as an inspiration to sports fan all over the world.
Kyle talks about how odd it is to have Dwyane Wade on the Cleveland Cavaliers and how it’s disrupted his worldview, and discusses the passing of Tom Petty.
Kyle discusses the intimate relationship between a fan base and its quarterback while breaking up with J.T. Barrett, and names a Jewel song as the “Random 90s Song of the Day.”
Kyle talks about internet in Cuba, the struggles of Aziz Ansari’s struggles with religion in his show Master of None, Hurricane Harvey, sports, and his one big takeaway.
Is Kyle having a breakdown or having a great philosophical discussion about his quarter-life crisis. You decide!
Kyle decides the pointless debate of what the best professional sport is for benchwarmers, and throws some love to Dr. Dre in this edition of “While We’re Waiting… .”
With the NBA Finals finally upon us, Kyle shares some random thoughts on the impending Cavs-Warriors showdown.
The Wire’s excellence, as typified in SI’s oral history of the basketball scene in the first season, and Van Morrison as the Random 90s Song of the Day .
Kyle talks Cavs lineups, wonders why the Cavs’ most successful lineup hasn’t been utilized in weeks, and the live band Live.
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.
Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion, on sports and other matters. But not all opinions are created equal — some are better than others.
Kyle shares a rare NFL Draft opinion, and discusses how a Black Crowes lyric comforts him through the Cavs’ recent struggles.
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.
Kyle talks about the NFL’s ratings, Browns apathy, and the Backstreet Boys (kind of).
Kyle gets amped for a lovely anti-Boston weekend headlined by the Cleveland Indians, and also discusses recent favorites Atlanta and Bon Iver’s 22, A Million.
Kyle make a case for the Browns not sucking, has a half-baked idea for a Netflix feature, and talks about a classic Smashing Pumpkins track.
Kyle talks about why he has regrettably unable to learn to love golf, the book Powerhouse and how it relates to LeBron James and the future of Cleveland sports, and a catchy Blur song.