It’s going to be a long season, you guys.
Prior to the Cavaliers taking the floor against the Pacers in Cincinnati, LeBron James shared his opinion on the length of the NBA season. Namely, LeBron James says that he and his peers think it is too long. “The minutes don’t mean anything,” he said. “We can play 50-minute games if we had to. It’s
Chris Bosh probably knows more than anyone what Kevin Love is going to be going through this year in Cleveland. The parallels are a well-worn path at this point, but that’s because the comparisons between Bosh and Kevin Love are apt. Bosh joined Dwyane Wade and LeBron James as Kevin Love joins LeBron and Kyrie
The Cleveland Cavaliers are pursuing LeBron James and a lot of that has to do (obviously) with what is happening in Miami. Well, try and figure out how the chess pieces move with this bit of information. Chris Bosh was supposedly willing to take less money in Miami, but now he’ll have to do it
It’s Friday, the World Cup is happening and it’s summer time. What are we really waiting for? The time is now. ***** I thought I’d start this week with something personal. I know nothing about parenting really. Like most of the rest of you who have done this or are doing it, there are a
Are you in tune with DiamondView? Well if you’re a Tribe fan, you should be. It’s been discussed in the past, but given a recent post by Cleveland’s Alex Kaufmann over at ESPN’s Sweetspot Blog, it’s worth bringing up again. DiamondView is the team’s proprietary analytical tool that has led to decisions from not extending
There’s a GIF (pronounced Jiff) going viral right now where Dwyane Wade catches the basketball and takes seven steps without dribbling. It is kind of sad for the NBA, but funny at the same time. Because this is the modern world and the Internet exists, it is starting to take on even more new lives.
Scott started off the day making fun of my Keurig machine. After that we talked a lot about sports and a bit about neckties and contrived fashion. Keurig machines and how communist they are Neckties and bow ties The idea that the necktie is a marker at all is strange The band concert uniform Suspenders
Brian and I decided to talk a little basketball today after the movie podcast. But, I’m posting the basketball podcast first, so you can pretend like it happened before the movie podcast… which will be posted later. Breaking down the Heat game 2 vs. the Spurs LeBron has fulfilled his potential as a player and
Jordan had Pippen, Kobe had Shaq,1 and hell even Skywalker had Solo. No matter how amazing or perfect someone may be, everyone needs help. LeBron was chastised for heading down to South Beach to team up with an NBA Finals MVP and a reptilion all-star. He was branded scared, afraid, and a coward for running
While I had Andrew on the line, I couldn’t let him get away with just talking about music. In addition to the music podcast, we spent a few minutes talking about the NBA, specifically the Miami Heat streak. We also talked about the Cavaliers and Byron Scott and losing big leads with inferior teams. Check
Ask most NBA players when the second night of a back-to-back stint rears its ugly head and they will tell you that it is halftime that opens the floodgates of fatigue and flatness. The legs slowly slip into states of wobble, the mind desires an alternative path rendering the simplest of instinctual motor skills a voluntary chore.
As you may know from being a WFNY reader, the WFNY writers have a daily email chain that can linger on and on. Sometimes, we’ll discuss prom jokes and other unsurprisingly immature topics for a group of 10+ males. But also, we really have some great discussions off the cuff about sports. Today, we bring
One of the hardest lessons I learned from the LeBron James situation in Cleveland is that I can’t let anyone have that kind of control over me ever again. The power that LeBron James had over Cleveland was granted to him by people just like you and me. Sure, it was augmented by Phil Knight
I don’t usually go outside the realm of Cleveland sports for my topics, but I just couldn’t resist this one. While searching through pieces last night for inclusion in While We’re Waiting this morning, I came across a piece at Ball Don’t Lie about a pair of NBA stars that believe they should be paid
The LeBron James circus is in town Friday as the Miami Heat (23-7, 2nd in the East) and the Cleveland Cavaliers (11-16, 10th in the East) square off for the final time this season. In each of the first two matchups between these two teams, the Cavaliers played tough, hanging in there with Miami through
For the 2nd time this season the Cleveland Cavaliers (9-13, 9th in the East) will travel to Miami to take on the Heat (18-6, 2nd in the east). The last time out, the Cavaliers were struggling mightily and it was starting to look like their upstart season was unraveling. In many ways, that Miami game
The Miami Heat apparently need some more of their faithful to “Fan Up” to see three of the greatest stars the NBA has to offer over the next couple of games. Isn’t it amazing when a team marketing department has to work this hard to sell what would be the easiest ticket in the world
Wait, we’re not tired of the “taking my [blank] to [blank]” jokes yet, are we? The struggling Cleveland Cavaliers (6-9) must go to Miami where they will face the reigning Eastern Conference Champion Heat (11-5). In some ways, both teams are having similar starts to their seasons as they had last year. The Cavaliers started
Bill Simmons used his recently launched venture, Grantland, to deliver an article about how “The Decision” was the best thing that has happened to the NBA in 15 years. No. Really. He used his new venture on Grantland, where it is supposedly not merely about driving traffic and hits, to proclaim that an event that