Wild Thing rejoins the starting five.
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’ opener next Thursday is going to be star-studded. We already heard that Kendrick Lamar and Kevin Hart will be at the pre-game party, but now we know a couple of stars who are rumored to have secured swanky seats at LeBron James’ first regular season game back in Cleveland. Rumor has it
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
“I can win any argument with you about why GOT is the best show currently on TV.”
Now with more preseason grades!
LeBron James didn’t play in Wednesday night’s pre-season game in order to rest, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t without highlights thanks to Shawn Marion, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love. Shawn Marion intercepted a pass and started a 3-on-1 fast break starring himself, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love. There was a day and age where
It’s almost here. Next Thursday, the Cleveland Cavaliers begin the much-hyped 2014-15 NBA regular season with LeBron James back in wine and gold. The preseason is now over. The real games begin soon. It’s a pretty surreal time to be a fan of Northeast Ohio professional basketball. It’s perhaps even more surreal to be amid
How big are the Cleveland Cavaliers? Not only will their October 30 home opener be televised on TNT, Kendrick Lamar will be performing before the game at a fan event held outside of Quicken Loans Arena. The Cleveland Cavaliers will tipoff the most anticipated season in the team’s history on Thursday night October 30th when
This LeBron guy is pret-ty good.
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
Buckets: They still don’t lie.
He’s going down, we’re yelling TIMBER.
Thank you, thank you…
A DOUBLE ISSUE no less.
Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s mostly happy, anyway. The Browns remembering how to be the Browns again was awfully frustrating, and pessimistically it was perhaps enlightening. Because really, does anyone know who the real Browns are? This has to be the most bipolar football team I can recall. You have the first halves of the first
Chicago better than Cleveland? James says that’s no bull. (Get it?)
Take me to Church.
Pre-season basketball just needs to end. There might be a real basketball game to talk about. Alas, this is what we’ve got. Tristan Thompson was being very strange in a pre-game interview with FSO reporter Allie Clifton. He might have been fulfilling a dare or a bet or doing some kind of inside joke that