Nick Carrabine is back on The Nail as the guys discuss what has happened to J.R. Smith, Isaiah Thomas’ fit and whether he’s playable against Golden State, and whether Ty Lue is getting the most out of this Cavs roster.
Cavs-Warriors, LeBron-Harden, and a little bit of Bitcoin talk all crammed into the latest “Nail in the Coffin” podcast at WFNY.
The Cleveland Cavaliers came up short in their bid to defend their NBA title. While it’s not the outcome Cavs fans were hoping for, there is still plenty to be thankful for.
The 2017 NBA Finals got off to a rough start for the Cleveland Cavaliers as the Golden State Warriors trounced the Cavs in Game 1 by 113-90 margin.
Here is what you need to know about the Cavs and Warriors headed into the 2017 NBA Finals.
The NBA Finals begin Thursday, marking the start of the third installment in the Cleveland vs Golden State trilogy. Is there reason for hope for the Cavaliers, or is blind sports fan faith all we have left?
The Cleveland Cavaliers’ 35-point loss to the Golden State Warriors on Monday night wasn’t fun for Cavs fans, but the worst part is the underlying issue that led to the blowout. The Cavaliers have some major issues right now.
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.
The Golden State Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals and have become a meme that has lasted through the entire summer.
Kevin Durant heading west has altered the league’s MVP landscape for the 2016-17 season with LeBron James’s odds trailing both Russell Westbrook and Steph Curry
The Cleveland will reportedly host a Christmas Day game in 2016 as they get their first rematch against the Golden State Warriors.
Queue up all your analogies. It appears that Anderson Varejao will soon be wearing blue and gold.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are struggling against the NBA’s elite, and the Browns seem to have some genuine excitement surrounding them. The Cleveland sports world is upside down!
Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s happy for now, anyway. But will it still be a happy Tuesday later this evening? Is anyone else having a hard time focusing on or thinking about anything other than this Finals series? Man, this series has only been five games so far, and I’m already completely fried. Emotionally, physically, spiritually.
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Happy Tuesday WFNY! First and foremost, a most sincere thank you to Mr Bode for filling in for me last Tuesday. I spent a week enjoying the great Smoky Mountains (and all the tourist trap glory of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, too, or course). Not only would it have been tough to do WWW at
Perhaps it was because he never anticipated a career playing professional basketball, or maybe it was because of his upbringing and personal philosophy, or it could have just been a coincidence resulting from a series of decisions that served his career and personal interests at the time — but for whatever reason, Steve Kerr’s basketball
Happy Wednesday, Blawg Pound. I find myself in the middle of what’s become a rather busy week, so this may be an abbreviated edition. The NBA Finals start tomorrow. I just want the Cavs and Warriors to play already. The anticipation is killing me. If this were a boxing match, they would have a five-hour long
Six weeks ago now, WFNY introduced the Cleveland Sports Championship Watch, a recurring post to update the Northeast Ohioan masses of when their long and agonizing wait for a title could come to an end. WFNY will track the Title Ticker throughout the year, gleaning every insight and nugget of valuable information that can be
The Cavaliers came into this game on their first winning streak of the season and things were starting to look up. To make matters even more optimistic for Cleveland, we found out prior to the game that not only would Kyrie Irving (who missed shootaround due to illness) play, but Andrew Bogut, Steph Curry, and