Scott Raab on The Sopranos, Mad Men, Jimmy Haslam, and the Cavaliers draft – WFNY Podcast – 2013-07-01by Craig Lyndall in PodcastTwitterFacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedinPin this PostShare on TumblrMore services July 1, 2013July 1, 2013 2 Comments A- A A+ Scott Raab and I talked about all the weekly Cleveland sports news and so much more.How many shows aped The Sopranos?Mad Men and the distance between it and its authenticityDavid Chase left us involved with the humanity of his charactersJimmy Haslam and the Forbes and WSJ covering Pilot Flying JBreaking down the debt and bond rating of the companyAaron Hernandez and his murder charges being contrasted with Jimmy HaslamGuilty until proven innocent and whether we actually live by thatThe NSA warrants and wiretapsAnthony Bennett and Nerlens Noel and Otto PorterNobody criticizes the CavsKyrie Irving vs. Kevin Durant and the Cavs building like Oklahoma CityRating Chris Grant on the deals he didn’t makePaul Pierce and whether you could ever have him on your teamThe LeBron James projection in the starting lineup on ESPN’s graphicLeBron James will forever be a part of the Cavaliers storyline until he retiresMike Brown and saying other teams would “feel” his team from the defensive endDeron Williams and Jerry SloanJerry Sloan was begged to stay according to Sports IllustratedDan Gilbert admitted that he should have known when LeBron didn’t sign the max maxI didn’t sign on for that “We are the World” video on YouTubeThe Tribe swept the SoxWEEI and how awesome The Big Show wasZac Jackson and Andre Knot and the good show they do on FOX Sports OhioJim Thome, the PED era and the statueCheck out this episode By Craig LyndallCraig has been writing about Cleveland sports for WFNY since September 2, 2008. He is also the host of the award-winning WFNY Podcast. You can follow him on Twitter @WFNYCraig.View all articles by Craig Lyndall Post navigation While We’re Waiting… Those sneaky college recruiters. Cavs “will likely kick the tires” on Andrew Bynum http://waitingfornextyear.com/ Scott @ WFNYLoved the media discussion toward the end. An honest roundtable show of sorts would be fantastic if the blend was right. SteveSo Raab, who has openly admitted that he doesn’t watch the Cavs, still gets to spout his nonsense? When will people learn that he’s not in it for anything other than to hear his own voice?