This LeBron guy might have a decent future in this league.
Prepare yourselves, Cavs fans. Game 6 is going to be an absolute brawl to scratch and claw the Cavaliers to a Friday night date with a Game 7 in Oakland. Despite all of the gloom and doom, someone was going to be leading this series 3-2 after five games in all likelihood. Despite the uncharacteristic
Dave and Andrew got together electronically to discuss Browns mini-camp and the Andy Lee trade…no wait, they discussed the Cavs. Cautious Optimism Dirty Delly Having your old “takes” on record Taking no comfort in positive statistics Blatt being a step ahead. Being so close but so far away. Being confident. Being so sleep deprived Golden
The Cavs have the lead in the NBA Finals 2-1. Brian Spaeth was at the game and I was at a bar. We discuss everything. Brian Spaeth after Game 3 of the NBA Finals Can’t sleep after a playoff game Going to the game itself was the best sporting event Brian’s ever gone to Game
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The wine and gold obtained their much-needed split in Oakland after their Game 2 win against the Golden State Warriors, bringing the NBA Finals to Cleveland tied at 1-1. They did it in an ugly, frightening manner by missing four shots at a game-winning hoop in regulation, losing Kyrie Irving, and relying on 83 points
I‘m not normally a philosophizer, but the Internet informs me that it was Aristotle who first said “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” That’s the lasting image in my head with regard to this Cleveland Cavaliers squad, one that was dead to rights according to many against both Chicago and Atlanta, only to
The NBA Finals begin on Thursday. Finally, we’ll be able to discuss real basketball, and not the other pomp and circumstances we’ve been debating for a week. But while I have your attention, I’d like to talk about the city of Akron just a little while longer. All week, there have been conflicting reports about
LeBron James and Stephen Curry are two of the most unstoppable forces we have in the NBA. It’s no coincidence that they’ve led their teams to the NBA Finals because of their ability to get their shot at any time. Both teams have multiple capable defenders that will attempt to minimize the damage from these
Klay Thompson took a shot to the head from the knee of Rockets forward Trevor Ariza during the Warriors’ series with the Houston Rockets. Initially it was reported that Thompson had not suffered a concussion, despite reports that he couldn’t drive himself home. That kind of thing is a calling card of concussions suffered by
The trash talk is heating up as the Cavs get set to face the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals! Or not. LeBron James is known to talk a little bit of smack in games, but heading into these 2015 NBA Finals, he’s got nothing but complimentary things to say about his opponent, and
(Note: The broadcast will start at 8:30 PM Eastern) This is our second take on the Spreecast here at WFNY and Andrew and I couldn’t have a better topic. We’ll be talking about the Cavs unlikely sweep of the Hawks. Really, who thought the Cavs would sweep the Eastern Conference Finals? We’ll also be discussing
Certain regular season games just mean more. The Cavaliers have been on an absolute roll, but many wanted to see them square up against a fellow title-contending team out of the Western Conference as a more recent measuring stick. Well, Thursday night at the Q, fans received just that as the NBA’s best team at
The narrative always favors the new guys. Team records, in this instance, aren’t doing many favors. But as guys like Steph Curry and James Harden are getting the majority of the attention in the NBA MVP race, LeBron James, a four-time winner, is slowly but surely making his case. David Blatt, his head coach, has
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.