Cavs-Warriors, LeBron-Harden, and a little bit of Bitcoin talk all crammed into the latest “Nail in the Coffin” podcast at WFNY.
Late June, all of July, and early August are the dog days of summer sports. Sometimes it can be hard to find sports things to talk about in this season, but thankfully in Cleveland we always have the incompetence of our sports owners to give us hot topics to discuss.
Jeff Nomina gets to the bottom of why the uber-talented Cleveland Cavaliers are playing at less than an ideal level lately.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are set to square off on Christmas Day in a rematch of the past two NBA Finals. But with Tim Duncan’s jersey retirement ceremony, we ponder what LeBron’s ceremony might look like someday.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 116 Charlotte Hornets – 105 [Box Score] One of the most fun aspects of this Cavaliers season has been that nearly every game has been a group effort. With Kyrie Irving leading the team in scoring, Kevin Love’s constant triple-doubles, and contributions from Channing Frye, Tristan Thompson, and Iman Shumpert, you can
Cleveland Cavaliers – 101 Milwaukee Bucks – 118 [Box Score] The Cavaliers jumped out to an early 32-20 lead and looked to be ready to coast to another victory. Instead, their coasting resulted in a drubbing, as the Bucks came back to win 118-101. The Cavs had active hands on defense tonight, in the sense
Game 2 of the ALDS is in the books and it was a gem from Corey Kluber’s shutout to Lonnie Chisenhall’s breakout performance. The Cleveland Indians lead the Boston Red Sox in the best-of-five series, 2 games to zero.
The Cleveland Cavaliers suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of a streak. Is this just another Cleveland sports thing, or is it something serious?
The Cleveland Cavaliers shoot 60% in the first half and hang on in the second half to defeat the Charlotte Hornets 112-103.
LeBron James as the underdog is an interesting thought.
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! We’re in the heart of football season, but it seems like all anyone wants to talk about is basketball, right? It’s crazy that we’re still in September, the Indians are still playing, the Browns have only played three games, the Buckeyes haven’t even played a Big Ten game yet, and still the
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! I hope everyone is finally coming out of their post-Browns misery hangover by now. I kind of am. Mostly, I’m just numb. Sunday was one of the most disheartening season openers. It’s not like I had crazy high hopes for this team. But to see the defense and offensive line, the two
I‘m not good at many things. I never had the hand-eye coordination, athleticism, or toughness to thrive at sports, and lacked the attention span, threshold for boredom, and determination to become proficient at any hobby that could be construed as a “talent.” Had I ever participated in a talent show, it would have just been me
Obviously there are more than three reasons to have hope for the Cleveland Cavaliers, but I decided to highlight just three. The Cavaliers lost a tough Game 4 in Cleveland and have to head to Oracle Arena for Game 5. The odds are stacked against the Cavaliers, but the odds have been stacked against them
The Cavs are in the NBA Finals, and now it’s all tied up. I know it’s scary, but we can get through this together. Hope you’ve had a fun week and can catch up on sleep when you’re dead because it ain’t happening until LeBron and the Cavs are done. With that, here’s your tired,
The Cavs have the lead in the NBA Finals 2-1. Brian Spaeth was at the game and I was at a bar. We discuss everything. Brian Spaeth after Game 3 of the NBA Finals Can’t sleep after a playoff game Going to the game itself was the best sporting event Brian’s ever gone to Game
Dave invited Andrew to spend some quality time this evening, and here is what they covered. Cavs at the all star break. Referendum? Are we scared by the bulls? or was it just one night? What do you want? Guard depth or big man depth? Deli as a backup…drop off from Kyrie is big…no matter
Utah Jazz (14-28) 92 Cleveland Cavaliers (23-20) 106 [Box Score] Click here to sign up for WFNY’s Cleveland Cavaliers email newsletter It’s not fun to think back to November 5, 2014. It was the fourth game of the season for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and they were in Utah to play the Jazz. The Cavaliers lost
Orlando Magic 74 Cleveland Cavaliers 106 [Box Score] I know what a lot of people are thinking. What’s the big deal? The Cavaliers are a much better team than the Orlando Magic. They’re supposed to win a game like this. But man, the Cavaliers needed this one. We heard all offense about how effective this
Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s election day! I know we all get so sick of the endless political ads that fill up every last corner of our existence in the weeks leading up to this day, but never the less, election days is one of my favorite days as an American. If we can set aside