The Cleveland Cavaliers suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of a streak. Is this just another Cleveland sports thing, or is it something serious?
Joe J is headed to South Beach
Move over Ryan Seacrest, the NCAA is taking over New Year’s Eve.
Cleveland Cavaliers (13-7) 84 Miami Heat (12-6) 99 [Box Score] To begin with, I feel like I need to pull the curtain back a bit on how Behind the Box Score works at WFNY. At the start of every week Will Gibson, Kyle Welch, and I have a discussion in which we look at the
The 2014-15 NBA schedule hasn’t been officially released yet, but reports have slowly been leaking out with information about some of the league’s marquee matchups. After initial reports that the Cavaliers were going to have to open the season in San Antonio to face the Spurs, Yahoo’s Marc Spears is now reporting that the Cavaliers
Well today was full of misinformation and reading too much into things. The day started off with multiple reports from different “sources” that LeBron James would meet with Pat Riley today to discuss free agency. It escalated when the AP’s Tim Reynolds reported about a meeting that LeBron was attending. Reynolds was reporting live about a
According to Fox Sports Ohio’s Sam Amico, sources say that LeBron could be meeting with Pat Riley sometime today. Also according to Yahoo Sports’s Marc Spears, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade had dinner in Las Vegas late last night. Amico goes on to say that sources tell him that LeBron is leaning towards staying with the Miami
Happy Tuesday WFNY! I hope everyone had a great 4th of July weekend. Now it’s time to get back to business. It’s July 8, 2014…exactly four years after the original Decision. I don’t expect the 2014 Decision to happen today, but I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on what it was like around this
Hey, did you guys hear the news? LeBron is coming back!!!!!! Well, ok, that might not be true. It’s probably not true. But somehow we find ourselves in a world where there seems to at least be a realistic possibility of The Return happening. So naturally, we decided to discuss the issue in one
Happy Tuesday, Cleveland! Not a bad couple of days, eh? First we got to enjoy a little Schadenfreude on Sunday night as the Spurs won the NBA Championship over the Heat. The Cleveland Indians have now won three straight games and are 2.5 games behind the Tigers. Then last night we got to experience the
The Cavaliers came into this game against the Heat without Kyrie Irving, Luol Deng, and CJ Miles (for the most part, anyway…CJ played just 2 minutes). A lackluster performance could have been expected. Instead, the Cavaliers played a great all around game and took the Heat, who were without Dwyane Wade, down to the wire.
In the podcast I did with Craig over the weekend, we talked a bit about the Miami Heat winning streak and whether it’s actually as impressive as it seems. Now, don’t get me wrong, winning 27 straight games in the NBA is always impressive. I cannot emphasize this enough…Their run is amazing. Yet, I still
Happy NBA Season Eve everyone! Tomorrow the NBA season kicks off with a TNT double header featuring prime matchups between the Celtics and Heat, and the Mavericks and Lakers. But there is one other game tomorrow night, and it’s the most anticipated and sure to be the most watched game of the three. That’s right,
“I PERSONALLY GUARANTEE THAT THE CLEVELAND CAVALIERS WILL WIN AN NBA CHAMPIONSHIP BEFORE THE SELF-TITLED FORMER ‘KING’ WINS ONE” You can take it to the bank. If you thought we were motivated before tonight to bring the hardware to Cleveland, I can tell you that this shameful display of selfishness and betrayal by one of
With the NBA Finals drawing near, it’s only natural for fans of teams not currently playing basketball to look on from a distance, wondering what it must take to be one of the teams representing their conference in the Finals. Make no mistake about it, the Cleveland Cavaliers are a very long way away from
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
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
It’s quite possible that when the final horn sounds in this NBA Finals Series, a large majority of the twitter universe will be turning their collective gaze towards Cleveland. If that horn happens to sound on Sunday, those people will be looking at Cavs owner Dan Gilbert specifically to see what he has to tweet about it. If it is the Mavs on
Chin up, Cavs fans. As the Cavaliers head into tonight’s game with the Denver Nuggets, the team is hoping to avoid their 19th straight loss and 29th of their last 30 games, I know many are feeling fatigued with the epic failures of the team this year. But today is Friday, the weekend is upon
I love the movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and not just because Mila Kunis is in it. For those who have never seen it (*spoiler alert*….but why haven’t you seen it yet?), the movie stars Jason Segel as a guy named Peter Bretter, a musician who writes and composes the musical score for a hit television