Last year was the first year that the NFL on CBS had every single game in HD. The season prior it drove me INSANE when the Browns were not in HD. Maybe I was a little early in my ranting, but it just seemed to me with the NFL being the biggest sport in the land that they should have every single game in HD. I didn’t think it was too much to ask. Now, the Cavaliers’ local TV partner Fox Sports Ohio is broadcasting every one of their 70 games in HD, which makes me happy.
“FOX Sports Ohio really got into the spirit of this being a special XL season for the Cavs,” said Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena president Len Komoroski. “Delivering every single game in HD is a spectacular advancement for our team and our fans and just shows the excitement that we all share for the upcoming season, our 40th. We look forward to working closely with FOX Sports Ohio to deliver simply the best fan viewing experience in the entire NBA, on and off the court.”
Soon enough I will get every single minute of every sporting event I watch in HD. Honestly, with sports, that is as it should be.
Now, if I could just get HBO to turn all their channels into widescreen format whether they are in HD or not, I would be ecstatic. I didn’t buy a rectangular TV to have the sides cut off on 90% of the channel offerings on cable and satellite.