New York Knicks: 95 Cleveland Cavaliers: 90 [Box Score] Post-Game Writing Music: Mark Lanegan Band – “Phantom Radio” The emotion was palpable. That’s not even the right word for it. As the cameras moved in on LeBron’s face before the game, you could read every last emotion he was feeling. The heightened empathy could move
It’s around 9 a.m. on July 11, 2014 and I’m in Seattle, WA. I’m passed out, face down, drool hardening on my chin as I lay on a couch that belongs to the cousin of my college roommate, Jack. My eyes peel open as Jack’s phone buzzes across the room on the floor next to the air mattress on
Make no mistake: 1964 is coming, and there’s nothing you can do about it.
Spoiler Alert: This guy may have a future in this league.
And we’re back! (in more ways than one!) After a season of huh and a whirlwind summer, we’re about ready to embark on the Peak Cavs era. As always before a Cleveland sports season starts, the WFNY brain trust gathers to give their thoughts on some of the key elements of the upcoming season. We also
Well, here we are. After a season of huh and a whirlwind summer, we’re about ready to embark on the Peak Cavs era. As always before a Cleveland sports season starts, the WFNY brain trust gathers to give their thoughts on some of the key elements of the upcoming season. We also do our best
So much sports wisdom all in one post. Could be dangerous.
In addition to countless other items, the Cleveland Cavaliers are unveiling the Humongotron this Thursday night. The gargantuan, curved, high-definition, flame-throwing scoreboard that Cavs fans have been waiting anxiously to see will finally have the curtains drawn back. But one item was of chief concern amidst all of the potential for singed eyebrows and scintillated retinas:
Don’t reach, Youngblood.
We’ve got good news and bad news, Cavs fans. The good news: The NBA regular season is nearly upon us, and we will soon experience the joy of watching the team from our collective dreams come to life to play basketball. The bad news: There’s only a few more precious days to speculate and heap
The Cleveland Cavaliers held their annual Wine and Gold United members meeting Thursday night at the still super new Cleveland Convention Center. Quicken Loans Arena PA announcer Olivier Sedra presided over the show, celebrating Cavs fandom and ginning up even more enthusiasm for the coming season. The meeting included a lot of cheap heat—fans beckoned to stand and
Now with more preseason grades!
If you know me personally or have read more than 50 words I’ve written, then you already know that I am an unabashed sucker for players who hustle, especially on a basketball court. I paid tribute to Anderson Varejao’s hustle in the previous edition of Game Illustrated. Today, that honor goes to another foreign Cavalier
Years in the making, the Irving-to-James alley-oop was a thing of beauty.
A detailed, scientific, indisputable look at which members of the Cleveland Cavaliers are most likely to be thrown through the Spanish Announcer Table.
George Steinbrenner wanted to bring the NBA to Cleveland. WFNY takes a look at the New York Yankees owner’s brief foray into basketball.
This may be a biased account of Anderson Varejao’s game, for it is difficult to be unbiased when exploring the ways of the Wild Thing. He is, or at least was, among the most reviled players in the league. Google “Varejao hate” and you’ll find plenty of results. Magazines, Celtics message boards, Yahoo! Answers, and
No LeBron, No Kyrie, No problem.
A love-hate relationship with LeBron James is officially back to “love.”
Last week, Dan Gilbert tweeted it. And later that same week, the Cleveland Cavaliers officially announced that they have added a second alternate jersey to their arsenal for the upcoming season. Yes, the wine and gold will have a navy alternate as well their gold to pair with the primary white home and wine road. It would seem