Gettin’ Dat Pipe: Cavs vs. Hawk Game 1: Behind the Box Score

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Cleveland Cavaliers – 97 Atlanta Hawks – 89 Cavs lead series 1-0 Box Score Last year at this time, the Cleveland Cavaliers had just starred in the Annual NBA Spring Sideshow known as the Draft Lottery. The lottery is a celebration of irrelevance, a toast to impotence, and a party for the pitiful — and the Cavs were the guests

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Eastern Conference Finals: The Cavs Will Win If…

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After six years in banishment, the Cleveland Cavaliers have returned to the Eastern Conference Finals. A lot has changed since 2009: Then-President Barack Obama was trying to connect with the Twitter generation; Mad Men was receiving the praise of consumers; Taylor Swift was owning the Billboard charts; the Cleveland Browns were looking to improve upon a sub-.500 season;

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Cavs vs. Hawks, Game of Thrones, Mad Men and Louis CK – WFNY Podcast – 2015-05-19

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Craig is on location, so Dave Sterling did the recording and most of the hosting as we discussed a variety of topics in the news. The Cleveland Cavaliers get ready for the Atlanta Hawks We are all Delly Fan satisfaction even before reaching the final goal Louis C.K. jokes about child molestation Game of Thrones dissatisfies with

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Talking Cavs and Hawks, Mad Men, and Faith No More: While We’re Waiting…

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Happy Tuesday WFNY! I don’t know about you guys, but I’m more than ready for more basketball. These five days off are great for the Cavaliers, but torture for fans. The exciting thing is that, if the Cavaliers are going to be in the Finals, then we are at the halfway point of the playoffs.

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Mad Men, Fat Betty, and Christmas in May: While We’re Waiting…

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Happy Thursday Blawg Pound, and it’s not a lousy day to be alive. The Indians had a classic 18-K pitching performance from Corey Kluber on Wednesday, the Browns have stocked the pantry with fresh talent, and the Cavs — well, we’ll get to the Cavs. But while we’re waiting… . If you’re a follower of

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Cavs-Bulls Injury Report for Game 5: Volume 1

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Given that both the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls are dealing with a plauge of injuries heading into Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, it’s worth checking in on both rosters before tipoff and totaling up a body count. Earlier on Tuesday, WFNY’s Kyle suggested that “the Cavaliers’ team injury report should just read, ‘Strained,’” as

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The Cavs are hurt, and their coach is in the spotlight, While We’re Waiting

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Happy Tuesday WFNY! The Cleveland Cavaliers are preparing for a huge game tonight against the Chicago Bulls. It goes without saying1 that a loss in Game 5 will be catastrophic. The Cavaliers already gave up one at home, they cannot give up another. What a miserable series this has been, though. I’ve heard some neutral

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Mad Cavs: Fury Road

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The Cleveland Cavaliers started the playoffs looking like the offensive juggernaut advertised at the start of the season; or at least a stylish impersonation of a dominant basketball team. What do you want? A hundred points? No problem. Outlet passes that lead to emphatic dunks? Yawn. Three-pointers? Kevin Love (a power forward mind you) can give

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Hurting for a W—Cavs vs. Bulls Game 4: Behind the Box Score

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Cleveland Cavaliers – 86 Chicago Bulls – 84 Series tied 2-2 I assure you that two weeks before Sunday afternoon’s Cavs-Bulls game was April 26, though it feels much longer ago. The Cleveland Cavaliers were up 3-0 against the Boston Celtics in the first round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs, and were playing their best

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Cavs’ Iman Shumpert to play in Game 3

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As is to be expected, much of the fanfare for the Cavaliers so far in their series against the Chicago Bulls has gone to LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and even Tristan Thompson. But make no mistake, guard Iman Shumpert has been an essential component to the Cavs effort, and came up big in the Cavaliers’ Game

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Crown the King: Cavs vs. Bulls Game 2: Behind the Box Score

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Chicago Bulls – 91 Cleveland Cavaliers – 106 Series Tied at 1-1  Box Score It’s been a turbulent, eventful year for Cavs fans; a year fraught with action and tabloid fodder: But it hasn’t always been filled with drama. Basketball season is long — 82 games long, to be exact (in the regular season), with

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Cavs Need to Go Big or Go Home

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Late Tuesday night, Chris Haynes reported that Cleveland Cavaliers Coach David Blatt will start Tristan Thompson in Wednesday’s game against the Chicago Bulls. After a difficult Game 1 loss in which the Cavs were highly ineffective for long stretches, the move to start Thompson signals a drastic change of course from Monday, in which Blatt

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Watch WFNY on WKYC’s All In Cavs Web Show – Game 1 loss to the Bulls

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I lost my perfect record of being on the show and only talking about Cavaliers’ wins. Of course, the Cavaliers lost their perfect 4-0 record as well as they dropped game one against the Bulls in the friendly confines of Quicken Loans Arena. I joined John Anderson and Will Ujek to discuss the finer points

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Disappointing Cavs, troublesome social media, and so much good music, While We’re Waiting

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Happy Tuesday WFNY! So yeah, rough game last night for the Cavaliers, eh? You’re probably going to hear a lot of things today about not panicking and this only being one game. But make no mistake, the Cavaliers are in trouble. In Monday’s game, Kyrie went off for 30 points and Iman Shumpert stepped up

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All Out of Love—Cavs vs. Bulls Game 1: Behind the Box Score

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Chicago Bulls – 99 Cleveland Cavaliers – 92 Bulls lead series 1-0 Box Score I’m lying alone with my head on the phone Thinking of you till it hurts I know you hurt too, but what else can we do? Tormented and torn apart I wish I could carry your smile in my heart For

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Cavs playoffs and The Avengers movie review – WFNY Podcast – 2015-05-03

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Brian Spaeth joins the podcast to discuss the Cleveland Cavaliers and their continuing playoff run as well as The Avengers Age of Ultron, which we saw together this week. The biggest sports day of the world with the Kentucky Derby and Mayweather vs. Pacquiao The Rocky hangover for boxing The Cavaliers winning in such an

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Better to Have Loved and Have Lost, Trolls, and Waterfalls: While We’re Waiting…

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Happy Thursday, Blawg Pound. Not a bad day to be alive. The Indians earned a much needed W on Wednesday night, I’m considering buying a pack of smokes to stave off the withdrawal symptoms from a lack of playoff basketball (but it means the Cavs are in the playoffs), and with the NFL Draft starting

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Striving for Greatness

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At this point only a fool or a troll — either of the Internet or fantasy lore variety — would deny that Cleveland Cavaliers forward/guard/amorphous and positionless basketball-Swiss-Army-knife LeBron James is a great NBA player. But now, in his twelfth season, he’s reaching milestone statistical totals on par with all-time greats. It’s not exactly worth

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Cavs suspensions, Browns draft info and more – WFNY Podcast – 2015-04-27

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The Cleveland Cavaliers suspensions are known. The Browns draft is coming. Dave and Craig discuss all of that and the usual amount of random stuff regarding technology, media and social media. The big podcast month we’ve been having The Verge reporting on Refused’s new album Spotify and Amazon and researching music Kevin Love and J.R.

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Cavs sweep Celtics, but it costs them dearly – WFNY Podcast – 2015-04-26

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Andrew and Craig discuss the Boston Celtics losing in four games to the Cavaliers and how much it really cost them. The Cavaliers did get the sweep, but somehow managed to leave fans feeling badly after completing said sweep. Kevin Love’s shoulder and the prospect of missing one game Kelly Olinyk did not try to

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