On Mark Cuban, Locker Room Access and the Internet

Editor’s note: What follows are some thoughts on journalism that Rick mentioned earlier today. If you’re looking for thoughts on Cleveland sports, you’re not going to want to read the next 1400 words. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is allegedly done with Internet-based coverage of his team.  Cuban, a man who has made billions of dollars

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Cleveland Indians Reaching Out to Social Media Users via “Tribe Social Deck”

While calling it “progressive” may be a cheap play on the name of the stadium in which they play, the Cleveland Indians are making a move this season that not many of their peers have even considered.  With the Internet and social media being ignored by all of the NFL and much of the NBA,

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While We’re Waiting… The LBJ/NYC News Cycle, A Letter to Gilbert and Indians Make New Hire

While We’re Waiting is a special daily feature and serves as the morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your reading pleasure. Have something else you think we should write about tomorrow? Send it to our fancy ol’ tips email address in the right sidebar. Nothing quite like national basketball writers reiterating to us that New

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Cleveland Sports Blog Outing

One of the highlights of my time as a sports blogger has been the opportunity to get to know some really interesting people that I would have never known otherwise. The crew here at WFNY are a blast to talk to (even if it just through endless emails) and I’ve been able to meet several

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While We’re Waiting… Wally’s Role, NBA Power Rankings and a Destination for Manny

While We’re Waiting aims to be the round-up of the recent WFNY-esque information for your morning viewing. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar.  Wally Szczerbiak on his role with the Cavaliers: “”Wherever you need that guy to come in and plug a hole, I’ve been

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Eric Wedge: Persona Non Grata

Do we here at Waiting For Next Year tend to focus much nihilism towards our professional play-calling directors?  Perhaps.  And often times, it may be laced with a dab of frustration that can lead to unwarrented blame.  It is a secret to no one that the Cavaliers’ Mike Brown was a frequent target of much angst

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Behind Enemy Lines

Welcome to another addition of Behind Enemy Lines, where we take a look at what other bloggers are saying throughout our competitive landscape. It has been quite a while since we last ventured outside of our Cleveland walls, so I thought it was a great time to run a quick check-up. If you know of

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Blogging Do’s and Don’ts…

Because the mood surrounding Cleveland sports is suffocating today, how about something completely different? A little blogging music please… Let’s get this out of the way first- “Who are you to say what is good and what isn’t? You’re nobody with a small potatoes sports blog!” Yep. You’re right. Actually not totally right, because this

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One on One with Jack Gonzo…

“He was merely practicing covering Chris Henry guys”- Jack Gonzo on Kenny Wright’s arrest WFNY spends a moment with drive by commenter Jack Gonzo, the Greg Maddux of kickball, who happens to have his own site, LSWTF?! 1. Favorite sport to watch in person College Football. People care about college football, they are devout in

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04/14 Morning Minute- Draft Contest, WFNY on tv and Cavs recap

Rick coming at you with a morning minute today- How about them Cavaliers? What an excited, hard fought victory over the D-League Miami Heat yesterday… Seriously. Did you see that Miami line-up? Ricky Davis and Mark Blount are the only guys on that team that resemble NBA players, and that isn’t saying much. Rick Noland of the

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Sharing the love…

The folks at Hardwood Paroxysm have put together what they are calling the NBA Blogger Season Awards. They have a poll set up for the readers’ choice awards with several categories. They nominated us for best Central Division and Best Eastern Conference blog. We certainly appreciate the nod. If nothing else, it’s worth it to

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