Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s happy for now, anyway. But will it still be a happy Tuesday later this evening? Is anyone else having a hard time focusing on or thinking about anything other than this Finals series? Man, this series has only been five games so far, and I’m already completely fried. Emotionally, physically, spiritually.
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Happy Tuesday WFNY! First and foremost, a most sincere thank you to Mr Bode for filling in for me last Tuesday. I spent a week enjoying the great Smoky Mountains (and all the tourist trap glory of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, too, or course). Not only would it have been tough to do WWW at
The Cavaliers came into this game on their first winning streak of the season and things were starting to look up. To make matters even more optimistic for Cleveland, we found out prior to the game that not only would Kyrie Irving (who missed shootaround due to illness) play, but Andrew Bogut, Steph Curry, and
The Cavaliers were without two of their most important frontcourt players. Tyler Zeller is out indefinitely with a fractured cheekbone and is subject to the league’s concussion protocol. More importantly Anderson Varejao missed the game with a sore knee. The shorthanded Cavaliers certainly missed their inside presence, as the Cavaliers dropped one to an improving Warriors team. Despite
The Cleveland Cavaliers have played 4 games this season, and sit at 2-2. In 3 of the 4 games, the Cavaliers were able to feel good about the way they played. Only in the Chicago game last week could their effort and desire really be challenged. This is a good sign for the early season.
For the past several years, the great Boston Celtics blog CelticsBlog.com has hosted an annual NBA Bloggers Preview. Basically, every day leading up to the start of the season, one team is previewed by some of the best writers on their team blogs, and then once the division is done, we will post the links
The Cavaliers played like a tired team who just spent 2 weeks on the road and David Lee simply abused the Cavalier defense as the Warriors handed Cleveland a disappointing loss. Golden State Starters Pos Min FG 3Pt FT +/- Off Reb Ast TO Stl BS BA PF Pts M. Ellis(notes) G 32:21 2-12 0-2
Finally. After what felt like an eternity (but was really 13 days) away from Cleveland, the Cavaliers (6-6) return home to take on the Golden State Warriors (4-8). For both teams, this is an important, winnable game. Golden State, still trying to get their sea legs under new head coach Mark Jackson, come into this
Golden State Warriors (3-6) vs Cleveland Cavaliers (7-3) Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH Tuesday, November 17, 2009 7:00 PM EST NBATV, FSOH/WTAM The Cleveland Cavaliers come into this game riding a nice little hot streak. They’ve won 4 straight and 7 of 8 as they get ready to host the Golden State Warriors. At one
Cleveland Cavaliers (32-8) vs Golden State Warriors (13-30) Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA Friday, January 23, 2009 10:30 PM EST FSNOH/WTAM Thank you, Boston. After beating the Orlando Magic last night, the Cavaliers are now back in first place in the East in the loss column. Of course, Cleveland has played 40 games while Boston has
With the NBA season in the rear view mirror, we now turn to a summer full of front office decision-making. As fans, we all have our feelings on what needs to be done to improve our Cavaliers team. Rock has laid the figurative cards on the table, but this is where we turn to
Rumors of a trade involving the Cavaliers and Warriors have been popping up…except these rumors don’t involve Baron Davis. Tis the season for rumors in the NBA. The Finals are over, the draft pool has been finalized, and teams have had time to take stock of their needs and assets. Indeed, if you’re the type