Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Category Archives: Uncategorized
It’s really a shame (in every sense) what’s going on at Penn State right now. I really like that school. One of my best friends went to that school. Watching Ohio State lose there in 2003(?) was one of the … Continue reading
In case you didn’t read the post directly below this, I’ve been writing over at WaitingForNextYear.com all weekend. Some NBA, some Buckeyes, some NFL and some interesting links. Go check it out.
In a Grantland.com article about how the Indians were built: The 2011 Indians are like Fawkes, the phoenix of Harry Potter fame — they’ve sprung back to life from the ashes of their previous incarnation. Sigh. The rest of the … Continue reading
Sam Amico, if he ran the NBA: • Anyone who played AAU ball would be ineligible to enter the draft until they turned 21. Anyone who didn’t play AAU ball could enter the draft straight out of high school. • … Continue reading
Not quite, but the Cavs are bringing a D-League team to Canton: As the NBA lockout enters its second week, the Cavaliers are keeping themselves busy with their new, as yet unnamed NBA Development League team that will play in … Continue reading
Jason Lloyd, Akron Beacon Journal: * The Cavs insist Thompson was their top target with the No. 4 pick from the start. Whether or not that is true will never be known, but it was clear they were scared off by … Continue reading
They can’t be done, can they? It’s hard to judge this draft without seeing the Cavs’ subsequent moves. This team currently has four point guards (Kyrie Irving, Baron Davis, Ramon Sessions, Boobie Gibson) and five power forwards (JJ Hickson, Tristan … Continue reading
First of all, I’m not surprised that the Heat closed it out in Chicago. LeBron James is really fucking good at basketball. As I said on podcavs, it certainly isn’t out of the question for these guys to gel for … Continue reading
Here we go: Former Ohio Statewide receiver Ray Small told the school’s student newspaper that he sold Big Ten championship rings and other memorabilia for cash and got special car deals as an athlete during his playing days. The Lantern … Continue reading