July 31, 2014

2013-14 Cleveland Cavaliers and the #seasonofhuh – WFNY Podcast – 2014-04-17

WFNY Podcast LogoI got Ben Cox to come on the podcast to discuss the 2014 Cleveland Cavaliers. He dubbed it the season of huh.

From the Cavaliers drafting Anthony Bennett, to hiring Mike Brown, to firing Chris Grant to Matthew Dellevedova being the Cavs’ best rookie this year.

It was one for the ages.

Make sure you go read Ben’s post at WFNY on the topic.

Check out this episode!

  • boomhauertjs

    Loved the discussion about “The Decision” and its affect on your view on sports. When the Tribe made the Wild Card game, I tried to just be happy they got there and enjoy the atmosphere. It worked as I wasn’t upset when they lost, which wouldn’t have been the case pre-Decision.
    The Decision also has taught me not to obsess over whether or not a guy is going to leave. Frankly, I wouldn’t be upset at all if Kyrie forced a trade out of town (which I think he’s going to do). Part of it is probably they haven’t won anything with him and part of it is his tendency to pout, but how much I care that they stay has no impact on whether or not they do.
    Ben mentioned how he didn’t even watch videos of Bennett. Before the draft, I ranked the top 6 and I had Bennett #6, so I was less than thrilled on draft night…

  • Schmoker

    I would imagine you are tired of my asking this, so I just want you to know it’s a positive question being asked with enthusiasm for your programs, rather than a complaint. So, it’s really time for another Raab podcast. So much has happened since his last appearance, and now with the firing of Bernie we have yet another thing I’d like to hear Scott’s take on. That one of the few on air guys willing to be a little critical got canned is so discouraging. It was discouraging when Bernie was so heavily criticized for bruising poor Jeff Fisher’s ego last year (discouraging because so much of that criticism came from within the Browns and from within the local media, I mean), and his dumping is doubly discouraging. It just goes to show that you can fire Banner and Lombardi, but that doesn’t mean the organization isn’t still being run by a bunch of arrogant assholes.

    Anyway, I’m relatively new to WFNY, having only discovered you last foot ball season, and then only through stumbling onto a link to a Raab podcast. But after listening to all of his appearances for the last year, it’s death to have to go so long without one. The thing that is most entertaining is listening to him destroy the fluffy, clubby local media, but then when he’s absent for so long and I am left with nothing to listen to but the fluffy, clubby local media, it’s even worse.