The Sherwin-Williams Co. and Gigantic Media have reportedly asked the city of Cleveland to approve a new 10-story banner of LeBron.
Want a championship ring before the season even starts? Here’s your chance.
Fourth. At least that’s home court advantage, right?
Is Tristan Thompson about to be one highly-paid reserve power forward?
I can’t even begin to tell you everything that Chad Zumock (@chadzumock) and I discussed today on the podcast. Chad is an obvious veteran to talk radio and the conversation just flows. Here’s some of the stuff we discussed. Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson Roger Goodell and the NFL The Browns big win over the
With NBA 2K15 ready to release in October, WFNY has the player ratings for the entire Cleveland Cavaliers roster.
Even Shooter McGavin is impressed.
Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s always a happy day when the Browns are 1-1. It’s funny how a win can give even fans so much more confidence. I was sure the Browns were going to start the season 0-3. I was completely bleak in the WFNY preview. But today? I’m looking at the upcoming schedule and
They’re not booing, they’re saying Louuuu.
More hardware for the 22-year old.
Did the “he’s an African” scouting report on Luol Deng come from Cleveland?
Brian Spaeth (@brianspaeth) joined the podcast today to try and talk about sports. Brian talks to us more about media and things like that than sports, which is why I love having him on as a guest. Topics include: Traditions and codes Twitter and Turtle calls Doing impersonations of people Roger Goodell screaming vacuum Cavs
Shawn Marion will have a reserve role for the 2014-15 Cleveland Cavaliers, but how effective will he be?
Where, exactly, does Dion Waiters rank among NBA shooting guards?
By now, there’s one thing we know for certain about LeBron James. He’s his own man and makes his own decisions. We’ve seen him leave powerful men in Dan Gilbert and now Pat Riley almost in disbelief that they didn’t have as much sway on the superstar player as they would have hoped. At the
LeBron James and Kevin Love are on short-term deals, but ESPN.com believes that the two All-Star forwards will be in Cleveland for a very long time. In their latest “Future Power Rankings”—forecasting NBA teams through the 2016-17 season, the four-letter network gives the Cavs the No. 2 slot (70.85) behind only the San Antonio Spurs (71.25).
Happy Tuesday WFNY! I missed you guys last Tuesday. I don’t know if anyone noticed or not, but last week, for the first time since we reformatted While We’re Waiting, there was no new edition of WWW on a business day. So what happened? Well, let me pull back the curtain on the WFNY re-design
Everybody’s doing it!
The Cleveland Browns have matched their ticket costs with their historical on-field play.