Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s election day! I know we all get so sick of the endless political ads that fill up every last corner of our existence in the weeks leading up to this day, but never the less, election days is one of my favorite days as an American. If we can set aside
Happy LeBron morning after folks. I have no idea if the Cavs won or not. Here’s a little inside info. I write these ahead of time. Shhh! Don’t tell anyone! Here’s hoping it’s a great day and a great weekend. “F**K! (pause) HEY!” Adrenaline dump. Tachypsychia, is the technical term, but I’ll just call it
I apologize in advance for the technical difficulties. After trying to edit some out and trying to fix others, I chose to give you new content at the expense of a professional sounding broadcast. We strive to be better, but Skype just wasn’t cooperating today. We talked about LeBron James and the Cavaliers and the
Happy Tuesday WFNY! That was some sports weekend we had, eh? Well, I always forget that not all of you are Ohio State fans. So perhaps your sports weekend was dramatically different than mine. My Cleveland sports fan existence has taught me that a win is a win and that I should never dismiss any
The NBA has a new TV deal, what does it mean for everyone involved. Who is Joe Harris? This American Life has a new spinoff. Weezer has a new album.
A look ahead to the 2014-15 Cleveland Cavaliers season and the challenges and hurdles they will face as they chase an NBA Championship.
The Cavaliers are about to start the 2014-15 season. Are you ready? Also, we talk about the Cavs’ forgiveness of James Blair, new fall shows on TV, and a great late night musical performance.
Happy Tuesday WFNY! I have to be honest, for sports fans like myself, the period from MLB post-All Star break to the start of the NFL season can be a bit of a drag. It’s not that I dislike watching the Indians. In fact, I have them on right now as I am writing this
Hello. Scott asked me yesterday at 3:44 pm to write his morning post for him so that he could spend another day on vacation with his family (see image). It seemed reasonable to do so because I am not on vacation and Scott is a good friend. As of the scheduling of this post (10:50 pm
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
We’ve been going through some changes here at WFNY in recent weeks. The latest change is to the format of While We’re Waiting. First, you might notice that I’m not Rick Grayshock. Rick deserves a ton of credit for suffering through WWW for so many years. Some might think it was an easy post to
Please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. I was a bit tired this morning and you’ll just love how I sputter out at the end with an awkward laughing at myself moment. Really though, a very nice conversation this morning about sports and culture and Questlove, who Scott spoke with for the most recent issue
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
Craig has had a pretty long string of guests on who, when talking about the NBA, have prefaced their opinions with a disclaimer that they don’t really follow the NBA much. So I begged Craig to let me come on and talk about the sport. He was nice enough to oblige. Some topics we touched
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
“’Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” I don’t know who originally said that quote, but I think in life that’s probably a good rule of thumb. Obviously this quote would seemingly apply to romantic love, but love can come in many different forms. So too, then, can
ESPN.com’s Justin Havens has a fascinating article posted in which he uses several statistical measures to show that Cleveland Cavaliers rookie Kyrie Irving is having a better rookie season than Chris Paul or LeBron James had. The whole article is pretty fascinating, but Havens especially points out what Kyrie Irving might ultimately mean to the