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Final Draft Thoughts

I participated in the WFNY Cavs draft round table, so you should go check that out. I think I’ve settled on Michael Kidd-Gilchrist as my choice for the Cavs. I’ve changed my mind on this roughly every 45 minutes, but I that’s … Continue reading

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He didn’t ride Dwyane Wade’s coattails

If you watched and appreciated LeBron James while he played for the Cavaliers, you shouldn’t be surprised that he won this title. If the dude can drag Drew Gooden and Eric Snow to the NBA Finals, I’m pretty sure he can win … Continue reading

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Random NBA Finals Thoughts

This Thunder-Heat series has been absolutely mesmerizing and you best believe that I have an opinion on some of this. 1. Before I get started: the refs. Yes, they stunk. I think if one cared to, they could make a … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts on Browns draft and Cavs season

- The Cleveland Browns have a new starting running back and quarterback.  I’m cool with this. I wanted Claiborne, the corner from LSU (I liked the idea of stacking the defense) but I can’t fault them with upgrading their shitty … Continue reading

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LeBron felt the same way about Luke Jackson

I’m probably too excited, but the basketball dork in me is thrilled by this. From Tom Reed, Plain Dealer: Some high draft picks do not want to attend the NBA’s summer league after they have established themselves. Irving is not … Continue reading

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We have a different definition of ‘wise’

With a record of 15-23, the Cavs are in a virtual tie with the New York Knicks (18-24) and Milwaukee Bucks (18-24) for the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference playoff race. If the Cavs were in the West, their … Continue reading

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Cavs face a playoff team, don’t get blown out

I mean, they still lost, of course. But by not-as-much! The final was 92-85. Single digits! This meeting with LeBron and the Heat felt a little different. Instead of some CLEVELAND vs LEBRON battle (that some folk just can’t get … Continue reading

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Thanks For Making Ryan Hollins Try Hard That One Time

also for Kyrie Irving:  It’s unclear when or even if Baron Davis plays again this season, but it definitely won’t be as a member of the Cavaliers. The club released the 32-year-old point guard Wednesday night through the amnesty clause, allowing it … Continue reading

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Cavs to pursue Anthony Parker

Awesome. From Sam Amico: Sources have indicated the Cavs are likely to offer free agent Anthony Parker a two-year deal. Parker, 36, started the majority of games at shooting guard last season. “They want to keep him,” one source said. … Continue reading

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BenBlog Book Review: ‘Pass the Nuts’ by Dan Coughlin

This book is fun. Full stop. Filled with stories of Cleveland sports history, local media nuggets and a dash of drinking shenanigans, Pass the Nuts was quite simply a bunch of fun to read. The book’s subtitle is “More Stories About … Continue reading

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