Cavs Rewind: Top 15 Plays of the 2014-15 Season

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I‘m not good at many things. I never had the hand-eye coordination, athleticism, or toughness to thrive at sports, and lacked the attention span, threshold for boredom, and determination to become proficient at any hobby that could be construed as a “talent.” Had I ever participated in a talent show, it would have just been me

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Simply put, the Indians stink and the Cavs rule – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-27

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Andrew and Craig are both fans at heart so it gives no joy to see the Indians struggle so mightily. It’s still crazy to think just how much has gone right for the Cavs and wrong for the Cleveland Indians. Here’s the rest of what we discussed. Subscribe on iTunes. Please. To download the MP3

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Space Jam, Leo, and Wilco: While We’re Waiting…

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Happy Thursday, folks. The Browns have yet to lose this year, the Cavs are verging on an NBA2K roster, and even the un-clutch Indians managed to get a few hits with runners in scoring position on Wednesday — killing a unicorn with each brief brush with the unreality. Before we dive into the nonsense, there’s

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A Space Jam Reboot? LeBron James to team up with Warner Brothers

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Is King James morphing into the new King of All Media? Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James is coming off of a whirlwind season on the court, but one that also saw him be the feature of Bleacher Report’s Uninterrupted video series; his production company, SpringHill Entertainment, saw the launch of a television show, Survivor’s Remorse;

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‘Til Death Do Us Part?

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It wasn’t always this good. LeBron James is deeply committing to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the foreseeable future — in one year stints, anyway — thanking the City of Cleveland for its support after carrying its basketball franchise to the brink of a championship, praising the city on national talk shows, bringing movie premieres to

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Vice President LeBron James steps up his players’ union participation

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“So, LeBron James, Steph Curry and Chris Paul walk into the Four Seasons…” It might sound like the start of a very good joke—or of a very big-budget commercial—but it actually happened on Monday in Las Vegas, when members of the NBA Players Association gathered for summer meetings at the Four Seasons hotel. Notably in

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J.R. Smith to meet with Cavaliers this week

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In what has been a quiet free agency for J.R. Smith, the guard said that he will meet with the Cavaliers later this week to discuss a new deal, in an interview with Joe Vardon of the Northeast Ohio Media Group. When Smith declined his $6.4 million dollar player option for the 2015-16 season on

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James Jones to re-sign: “I’ll be back in Cleveland for sure”

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On the red carpet of the first Players’ Awards show in Las Vegas on Sunday, Cleveland Cavaliers forward and three-point specialist James Jones told Joe Vardon of that he will be a Cavalier next season. “I’ll be back in Cleveland for sure,” Jones said. A 34-year old free agent, it was unclear if Jones

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Timing Vacations, Talking Johnny, and John Oliver’s Latest: While We’re Waiting…

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Gooooood morning, WFNY. How’d that weekend treat you? Or should I say—how’d that week treat you? First, many thanks to Jessica for filling in during my absence last week. I knew she’d kill it, and it was great to see such a fantastic response to her maiden WWW voyage. With the way my life schedule

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Beyond money, Sasha Kaun is interested in winning with the Cavaliers


You can’t teach height. That’s not only one of the most hackneyed basketball cliches known to human kind, it’s also absolutely 100% true. The Cavaliers could always use some more height, thus the signing of Kendrick Perkins for the stretch run a season ago. As Perkins still sits unsigned in NBA free agency, the Cavaliers

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Forget Trainwreck, LeBron James is a Vine star

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LeBron James is in this week’s Amy Schumer movie, Trainwreck, which you know because we’ve posted about it 47 times at this point. That might not be his best movie role of the week though. LeBron has been making waves on the Internet just a few seconds at a time. Here he is shooting free

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Trainwreck movie review – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-11

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Newest WFNY writer Jessica Forrester joins the podcast because she got to see Amy Schumer’s Trainwreck ahead of its wide release. We recorded it in advance due to “embargo” on talking about the movie too early. Here’s the rest of the cool things we discussed. Click here for direct download of the MP3. The gallows

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LeBron’s jersey from Game 1 and 2 of the Finals sold for $46k

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Following one of the most impressive NBA Finals performances in the history of the NBA, Cleveland Cavaliers point-forward LeBron James’ navy jersey from Game 1 and Game 2 was sold on Friday, According to Darren Rovell of ESPN, James’ jersey sold for $46,000. In Game One: 44, 8, 6 – He may receive some criticism

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What really happened with LeBron James in the 2010 NBA Playoffs?


One of the most popular Cleveland Cavaliers conspiracy question marks will forever be what happened to LeBron James in 2010 in the series with the Celtics. Move over Delonte West and forget about alleged trades involving the Suns and J.J. Hickson, the one we’ll probably talk about forever is LeBron James, the Celtics, his elbow

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First look at Trainwreck: LeBron James and Amy Schumer shine

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When I got the opportunity to catch a preview screening of Amy Schumer’s Trainwreck, I jumped at the chance. But I’ll admit that, going in, I didn’t know a ton about it. Obviously, I knew the big names attached to it, and I knew enough about the plot to assume it was a rom-com that would

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ESPYs, NBA Contracts, and the Home Run Derby: While We’re Waiting…


Happy Thursday, Blawg Pound! After a couple of weeks on the road for work, I’m coming to you from the friendly confines of Northeast Ohio. Two weeks ago, I was in my hotel room on the north side of Columbus, unable to pick up STO to watch the Indians. Last week, in Santo Domingo, Dominican

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LeBron James to present Jimmy V Award at ESPYS

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Cavaliers star LeBron James may win some awards at Wednesday night’s ESPY Awards, but he will also present a big one: the Jim Valvano Award for Perseverance, a/k/a the Jimmy V Award. The 2015 recipient is Five-year-old Leah Still, daughter of Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still, Last June, Leah was diagnosed last year with neuroblastoma stage

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LeBron James talks Cleveland, plays Faceketball on ‘The Tonight Show’


Continuing his promotion of the Judd Apatow-directed comedy Trainwreck, Cleveland Cavaliers star small forward/power forward/guard/center/executive LeBron James appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night. His promotional tour has already taken him to a premiere in Akron last Friday, and to the 330’s best drive-in burger joint to have Galley Boys and banana

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Cavaliers, Indians, Buckeyes all up for ESPY awards

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The 2015 ESPY Awards are Wednesday night and the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indians, as well as the Ohio State Buckeyes, have plenty of chances to come away with some hardware. The nominees are… LeBron James (Best Male Athlete, Best Championship Performance, and Best NBA Player) In his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, James led the wine and gold from one

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State of the Cavs: GM David Griffin on all things wine and gold

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Things have quieted down a bit for the Cleveland Cavaliers now that the some of the biggest deals of the summer have been taken care of. LeBron James has re-signed. Kevin Love has re-signed. Mo Williams signed. Kyrie Irving is signed long-term, and Timofey Mozgov is in the fold for at least one more year.

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