Recap: Cavs 99, Nets 97 (or, The Bandit)


East bound and down, loaded up and truckin’ We gonna do what they say can’t be done We’ve got a long way to go and a short time to get there I’m east bound, just watch ol’ bandit run No, you didn’t just accidentally stumble onto a fan page for the late, great Burt Reynolds. Rest assured, I’ll bring this all back to the Cavs’ narrow victory over the Brooklyn…


Recap: Cavs 136, Hawks 114 (or, The Voice of Victory)


Larry Drew is not the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. He is not even technically the interim coach. He is, however, the self-proclaimed “voice” of the Cavs. Regardless of what you call him… it’s hard to argue with the results, as the wine & gold were winners for the first time in seven tries this season. What was different? You mean, other than no Tyronn Lue on the sidelines?…


Podcast 184: Lue-sin’ It

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Last season, when David Fizdale was relieved of his coaching duties by the Memphis Grizzlies, Tyronn Lue said he wasn’t worried about his own job, because “only bad coaches get fired.” Flash forward almost a year, and Lue now finds himself on the other end of that assertion. Was he a bad coach? Did he deserve more than six games to figure out how to make the Cavaliers competitive in…


Recap: Sioux Falls 112, Canton 104 (or, Greetings from Canton)


With the Cavs’ regular season basically over and the Canton Charge in the D-League Eastern Conference championships, I thought I’d follow Cavaliers Sasha Kaun and Jordan McRae down to Little Chicago to watch the lone home playoff game of the series for the Charge. The Charge feature D-League ROY Quinn Cook and Sixth Man of the year Nick Minnerath. It was my first Charge game and, though I’ve been to…