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I was directed to this video late last night and it may just be the best Delonte video yet. It is amazing that all it takes is a near 20-minute wait in a KFC parking lot and you get this jackpot of a freestyle. Nothing is off limits. KFC, McDonalds, Chipotle… All covered with the help of Do or Die Twista and Lil’ Boosie. Embedding the video would not exactly jive with our guidelines, but if you do not mind a little colorful language do yourself a favor and catch these seven minutes of YouTube gold. The image is also a direct link. Do Enjoy. [YouTube]
Fathead, the producer of the life-size, high-definition celebrity wall graphics, has just announced Shaquille O’Neal as the latest addition to its star-studded roster. [Starting Blocks]
Taking a page out of Brady Quinn’s book, Daniel Gibson will be hosting “Daniel Gibson Day” at Cedar Point. He’ll fittingly be hanging out near the three-point shooting game. Which Cavalier will follow Derek Anderon and host one at Memphis Kiddie Park? [Stepien Rules]
“Honestly, [Lake County's Nickel Beer Night] was not even worth the price of admission. That is a sad, sad way to pay tribute to, admittedly, one of the darkest nights in Cleveland sports history. But if you’re going to do it, do it right. Don’t tease and then deliver 5-ounce cups, two at a time for an hour and call that nickel beer night.” ['64 and Counting]
“If he’s going to wear that number, he has to learn how to reach back and grab his hamstring when he gets beat like that.” – longtime Browns radio color analyst Doug Dieken, throwing a playful jab at former Cleveland Pro Bowl cornerback Hanford Dixon, after the current Browns corner who wears Dixon’s old jersey number of 29, Corey Ivy, was beaten on a pass play. [The OBR]