Dan Gilbert has gone off the rails with the David Griffin firing and lowball offer to Chauncey Billups. So, why not just allow Nick Gilbert to run the Cleveland Cavaliers?
Scott and I found time on this holiday Monday morning to carry on as normal with our podcast. Here’s the rest of what we discussed… Memorial Day and working on it Chris Perez and his apparent shoulder injury Has anyone been hired as coach or manager to give faith like Terry Francona Randy Lerner and
When Nick Gilbert came away with the fourth-overall pick in last year’s NBA lottery, he was disappointed. Just fifteen years old at the time, the son of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ majority owner felt that he had let down an entire fan base that so badly wanted to return to prominence. After all, it was this
Holding onto optimism as a Cleveland sports fan is a dangerous proposition. After winning the lottery last season, seeing the Cavaliers pick Kyrie Irving, and watching him blossom into the runaway Rookie of the Year, cementing his status as a franchise PG worth building around, things were feeling good in wine and gold country. So
If you can’t beat them, join them. One of the oldest phrases in the proverbial book, but it is apparently still very relevant to Dan Gilbert and the Cleveland Cavaliers. They know for a fact that the Browns will always be top of the heap in Cleveland. Instead of bristling at the thought and pretending
As Cavalier fans woke up across Ohio and this great nation Wednesday morning, the first question most had to ask themselves was ‘What’s not to like?’ The Cleveland Cavaliers won the 2011 NBA Draft Lottery. I don’t just mean that they won the right to make the first pick in the upcoming draft. Oh, no.
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