WFNY Podcast – 2013-01-22 – Craig and Andrew Talk All Things NBA

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Craig has had a pretty long string of guests on who, when talking about the NBA, have prefaced their opinions with a disclaimer that they don’t really follow the NBA much. So I begged Craig to let me come on and talk about the sport. He was nice enough to oblige. Some topics we touched

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Cavaliers Have Paid 6th Highest Amount in Luxury Taxes

The luxury tax in the NBA has been around for 11 years now already. According to Mark Deeks of ShamSports.com, in that time, 23 of the league’s 30 franchises have paid luxury taxes. The 7 teams who have never paid luxury taxes are the Bulls, Bobcats, Warriors, Clippers, Hornets, Thunder, and Wizards. Of possible interest

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Dan Gilbert Among Owners Holding Hard Line Stance in NBA Negotiations

As the days begin to shorten and the weather feels more like fall every day, this should be a time to enjoy the start of football while gearing up for another season of NBA basketball. Well, fans can enjoy football still, but there’s no NBA basketball to be found at this point in time. As

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Browns Season Tickets Have Arrived

I am sure the Browns were going to send out these tickets regardless of the news from over the weekend, but I just had to share the “free” gift that the Browns sent out this year.  A flag that really says it all.  “It’s Always Football Season.” Update: According to a Facebook fan of WFNY

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Should NFL Players Support Manning, Brees, Jackson and Mankins?

Yesterday I said that I didn’t feel like talking about the NFL and their lawsuits.  Apparently that was just a fleeting feeling yesterday.  This morning I read a column by Jason Cole at Yahoo! lambasting NFL players like Vikings punter Chris Kluwe who referred to the players in the title of this article as “#douchebags”

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A Cleveland Fan’s Guide to Contraction, Casinos and The CBA

With opening tip rapidly approaching, we reached out to a friend of the program to provide some insight on what the pending CBA negotiations (contraction!?) could mean for a team that is in a giant state of flux.  The following are the words and wisdom of one Joe Kotoch, an opinion-filled legal expert of all

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Collective Bargaining Sure To Impact Cavaliers Rebuilding Process

As most of you know by now, the NFL isn’t the only sport facing the danger of a lockout on the horizon. With the NBA’s Collective Bargaining Agreement set to expire on June 30, 2011, and both sides still far away from finding common ground, there’s still a good chance we see the NBA locked

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While We’re Waiting… More on Shaun Rogers, Celtics Lose to Clippers, and a Delonte West Injury Update

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. Another thought on the Shaun Rogers/Eric Mangini issue: “The NFL collective bargaining agreement ends at the end of the 2010 season. This

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