While We’re Waiting aims to be the round-up of the recent WFNY-esque information for your morning viewing. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar.
“LeBron James had 38 points on his 24th birthday, but collectively it was probably the Cavs’ weakest performance of the season. That’s more of a testament to how well they were playing than an insult. It is no moral sin to lose at AmericanAirlines Arena. After all, the Lakers lost on the same floor last week and the Cavs have won in South Florida once in the last six seasons.” [Brian Windhorst]
Craig recently gave us a recap of Phil Savage’s footsteps in Cleveland. How about the same for his possible successor, Scott Pioli? [No Logo Needed]
FINALLY! Mo Williams All-Star recognition! [SLAMOnline]
“Everybody says [Romeo Crennel] was a great defensive coordinator but I’m convinced that Bill Belichick was the game planner when the Patriots were winning Super Bowls. Remember, when they were pulling guys off the street to play in the secondary and receiver Troy Brown was playing defensive back. They patched up the defense with duct tape and band aids and still won the Super Bowl. I think Romeo was carrying out orders more like a lieutenant as opposed to being the general.” [OBR Blogs]
With the Globetrotters recently hitting up Cleveland on their world tour, And One breaks down the 1950s film Go Man Go. [And One]
And just a question: Why is it that the Jets “need” a marquee name as a coach because they “have PSLs?” Last time I checked, we’ve had PSLs for the last decade. Just saying.