A Cavs fan coming to grips with rooting for a Super Team

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You go to sleep one day with an awful Cleveland Cavaliers team in your town and you wake up some weeks later to a so-called super team. That’s what happened last year for Cleveland after LeBron James wrote his fateful letter in Sports Illustrated. He and Kyrie Irving formed the first two pieces of what

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Mo Williams is back with the Cleveland Cavaliers

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LeBron James proved that you can come home against all sorts of strange odds. That makes the latest bit of Cavaliers news almost pedestrian, but it sure is a lot of fun. Mo Williams appears to be following in James’ footsteps just one season later as he’s reportedly spurning several other contenders in signing a

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LeBron James talks comedy, playing himself in Trainwreck, and his legacy

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LeBron James is getting quite a bit of attention ahead of the release of the new Amy Schumer / Bill Hader movie Trainwreck. Mostly he’s talking about the film and what it’s like to play himself, but LeBron also has a chance to talk about whether or not he’s considered his own legacy. LeBron’s answer

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Browns under Cavs cover, protecting comedians and The Velvet Teen: While We’re Waiting

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Good Friday to you people. It’s a getaway day on a holiday weekend and what better way to waste your morning than with me? There is none! So, while we’re waiting… The Browns might be benefitting most from the Cavaliers… As NBA Free Agency has dominated the news and the Cavaliers have won back all

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July 1, 2015 was a very good day for Cleveland sports fans

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Days like July 1, 2015 don’t happen very often in any sports city, let alone Cleveland. Everything that was in play that could have swung up or down ended up kissing the sky. Kevin Love and Cleveland Indians and Iman Shumpert and the pure joy of knowing at least a little bit about a bright

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Kevin Love is back with the Cavs! – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-01

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It didn’t take long for the Cleveland Cavaliers to re-sign Kevin Love! He is back with the Cavs for five years and a whole lot of Dan Gilbert’s money. Ben Axelrod from Bleacher Report joins the podcast to discuss that and a whole lot more. Such as… To download the podcast directly, click here for

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Joe Lull on 92.3 morning show shakeup and Indians accountability – WFNY Podcast – 2015-06-29

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Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes Joe Lull came back on the podcast and discussed a lot of things going on. We discussed the shakeup at 92.3 the Fan that saw Chuck Boom leave the station. We talked a little bit about the Cavs, Browns and the Indians as well. Here’s a more detailed list

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LeBron James opts out, plus boring sports talk and movie talk – WFNY Podcast – 2015-06-29

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Dave finally finished his haircut and he and I got to podcast about some things… Click here to download the podcast directly as an MP3 LeBron James opts out and what it does and doesn’t mean for the Cavs LeBron holding the Cavaliers accountable J.R. Smith and the question about keeping him The boring Browns

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Kevin Love opts out, Corey Kluber just can’t win, Terrelle Pryor and Johnny Manziel – WFNY Podcast – 2015-06-27

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Note: Apologies for the buzzing sound on my mic. To download the podcast directly, here’s a link to the MP3 file Andrew was available to chat today and I have been itching to crack a mic on all the things that we seem to be talking about, that in my estimation aren’t worth talking about.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers, instant nostalgia, and studying sports fans

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One of the things that I’m most interested in as a sports fan is the study of sports fandom. In practice, that means never-ending analysis of us as a group, other cities and their sports fans, and also the most insular type of audit, of the guy I see in the mirror. (When I see

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Silly seasons, LeBron James and Judd Apatow and Hop Along: While We’re Waiting

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It’s been a week I guess. I’ve been way too busy and way too sparse with the sports takes. Trying to solve that today… While We’re Waiting… Losing my motivation to talk about silly things and the Browns are doing kind of normal things… Maybe I’m getting old and crotchety, but I just can’t bring

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LeBron James sells Cleveland hard in new Trainwreck trailer

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Let’s just say it’s a good thing LeBron James filmed his parts in Amy Schumer’s new movie, Trainwreck, after he went back to Cleveland. The upcoming movie released a new trailer featuring LeBron James and Bill Hader conversing in a cafe, and LeBron goes on (and on) about Cleveland. It’s obviously well-written and pretty well-acted

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Cleveland Browns claim Terrelle Pryor off of waivers

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Ohio State Buckeyes always make for the best (worst?) Cleveland Browns rumors in the draft and in free agency. Now, a prominent former Buckeye is apparently coming to the Cleveland Browns according to Pro Football Talk’s Twitter page. The Cleveland Browns put in a waiver claim on Terrelle Pryor and they’ve been granted rights to

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Bruce Drennan addresses false report of David Blatt’s resignation

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It happens to everyone. People make mistakes and mis-report and misunderstand some of the accurate things they do hear and end up falling victim to a game of “telephone” where the truth is lost in the multiple translations. Maybe that happened to Bruce Drennan on Thursday evening when he reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers were

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Are the Browns better? Friday Five and more: While We’re Waiting

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It’s Friday and if nothing else, the Cavaliers’ departure from the 2015 NBA Playoffs – while a couple wins short – has given me a bit of normalcy with my sleep schedule. Here’s to silver linings, I guess. Hope this gets you off to a great weekend. Let’s go. Are the Browns better? I’ve decided

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David Griffin supports David Blatt, calls out “sensational” stories

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The Cavaliers fell short of the NBA Championship and that’s sad, but overall it was a good season. You’d think that once the shock of it all being over wears off, there would be mostly good things to say. In their post-season media availability, David Griffin bemoaned the lack of a positive narrative as he

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LeBron James, David Blatt, Johnny Manziel, and the Tribe – WFNY Podcast – 2015-06-18

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I grabbed TD to help everyone get ready for the Indians now that the Cavaliers are officially done. Before we got to the Tribe though, TD and I discussed the Cavs, David Blatt and Johnny Manziel. [Click here to download this episode directly] NBA Free and LeBron James fever with the Cleveland Cavaliers How good

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Video: Johnny Manziel says “Johnny Football probably took over me”

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Johnny Manziel is no stranger to saying the right things. It’s always the “doing” part that’s tripped up the second-year quarterback from Texas A&M. The only time I can think of where Johnny backed up his words with action was when he spent the off-season in rehab after calling himself out in front of the

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Video: WFNY on WKYC breaking down the Cavs one last time

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It’s been a fun ride with the Cleveland Cavaliers this season, and it’s been a fun ride for us at WFNY to be able to share the experience with John Anderson, Will Ujek and the fine folks over at WKYC. For one last time for the 2014-15 NBA season, we talked about the Cleveland Cavs

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LeBron James and the Cavs took us on a ride worth taking

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There’s no good way to end a season with a loss, however there are much worse ways to end a season than how the Cavaliers did on Tuesday night in Cleveland. The Cleveland Cavaliers weren’t able to realize their ultimately impossible dream of capturing an NBA Championship, but even as the reality of it all sets

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