With John Wall a sneaker free agent, his firing of Dan Fegan and hiring of (LeBron James’ agent) Rich Paul is eyebrow raising.
While calling him the best point guard in the league may be a stretch, it’s clear that the Cavaliers want Kyrie Irving in the 2016 All-Star game.
Cleveland Cavaliers (24-9) 121 Washington Wizards (15-18) 115 Box Score It’s hard to say how good of a road team the Cleveland Cavaliers are as this season matures into adolescence. Entering Wednesday’s game against the Wizards of Washington, the Cavs were a mere 8-8 on the road compared to 15-1 at home. They’ve played better
Cleveland Cavaliers fans know Kyrie Irving is great. Or at least they think he’s great, and vocally disseminate that opinion. Fans tend to favor the objects of their own affection in that way. But there’s become a large and confusingly obstinate sector of the basketball-viewing population that is convinced that Irving is less than a
If you thought that Kyrie Irving would forever be compared to Detroit-turned-Milwaukee guard Brandon Knight, think again. The Cavaliers All-Star point guard has a new peer in fellow All-Star John Wall of the Washington Wizards who wishes to get in on this discussion. Wall and his team got the best of the Cavaliers on Sunday
A superstar is supposed to be someone transcendent, someone who dominates, someone who makes everyone around them better. LeBron James is a superstar. Chris Paul is a superstar. Kyrie Irving is not.
It’s tough to be a Cavalier fan these days. Real tough. They could very well be the worst team in all of the Association. Sure, their 4-8 record puts them only a half game behind Detroit for the 8 seed, but as I sat in The Q and looked up to see The Diff read
In my usual half-rapid fire, half-prose form, I’m here today with another edition of The Boots. Again, for those unfamiliar with this feature, I assign loosely defined “Boot Up” or “Boot Down” votes to trending topics in the sports world. I’m feeling some Tuesday basketball talk today. Boot Up: #TankStrong — Stop me if you’ve
I love opening day of any sport. I’ve discussed this point ad nauseam, but there’s nothing like that feeling of the unknown. Staring at a blank canvas, and yeah, you’re limited to the colors in your palette, but the possibilities are endless. The season could be anything. Basketball, of course, is a bit of a
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at firstname.lastname@example.org The Wall vs Irving comparison- “Kyrie Irving looked to be the much better college basketball player in his brief stint. As Beckley so often
After Cavalier fans celebrated Friday night’s win as if it were a Game 7 of a playoff series, the winless-on-the-road Washingon Wizards promptly came into town and pulled the celebration rug out from underneath the Cavs’ collective feet. Fortunately, Cleveland can only sit here and ponder the potential for the consecutive loss streak continuing on
Fresh off of yesterday’s berating of Washington’s John Wall and all things “Dougie,” ESPN’s version of a shock jock Colin Cowherd wrapped up an NFL segment earlier today by heaping praise on Eric Mangini and the Cleveland Browns. Yes, praise. On Cleveland. From Cowherd. Crazy, I know. Discussing fireable offenses, mostly lead by chief of
First, a disclaimer – I think Kentucky Men’s Basketball coach John Calipari is a complete slime-ball, used car salesman cheater. He seems like a nice guy in interviews, but there is no doubt in my mind that he is dirty. Lebron James spent his off day Saturday afternoon sitting courtside at Rupp Arena in Lexington,