Sam Amico of AmicoHoops.com and Fox Sports Ohio joined Baskin & Phelps Friday to discuss the next possible moves for the Cavaliers, the free agents remaining in the offseason, why it’s looking less and less like something will become of Brendan Haywood’s expiring contract, impressions of the rookies in Summer League play, NBA prime time games on Saturday nights, and more.
Sports Illustrated Media Columnist Richard Deitsch joined Baskin & Phelps Friday to discuss LeBron’s enhanced media exposure this off season and the general perception of him after he returned to Cleveland, the future of watching sports as cord cutters increase in numbers around the country, ESPN’s talent decisions with cost cutting on the horizon, and his opinion on the ESPY’s.
Alex Kennedy of basketballinsiders.com joins Chris Fedor to talk about the latest on the NBA free agency cycle, how the Cavaliers have done so far, what’s left with Tristan Thompson, J.R. Smith, and Matthew Dellavedova, and who the Cavaliers’ biggest threat will be next season in the NBA.
LeBron James was surprised to take home 1 ESPY Award, arguably should have won at least one other and was involved in one of the most emotional presentations of the night.
James appeared on the show to promote his major motion picture debut in “Trainwreck” starring Amy Schumer and Bill Hader, which premiered Tuesday night in New York.
Sam Amico of AmicoHoops.net joined TJ Zuppe, filling in for Ken Carman, to talk about the latest on the Cavaliers off-season, what’s going on with J.R. Smith and Tristan Thompson, the Cavs expectations for next […]
Jeff Zillgitt Says Cavs “Trying To Find Right Price” For J.R. Smith, Trade Exception Might Be Most Likely Return For Haywood Contract
Jeff Zillgitt talks about the comparison of the Cavs and the Heat in the Eastern Conference, the evolving relationship between LeBron and Kevin Love, how the Cavs’ offense will likely evolve from last season, the most likely return for Brendan Haywood’s contract and J.R. Smith’s chances to return…
He figured out some of it, apparently, on the fly. The Cavaliers struggled for the first half of the season, then wound up rolling to the Eastern Conference title behind LeBron James. They fell in the NBA Finals to Golden State, a loss that came with point guard Kyrie Irving out for most of the series and forward Kevin Love out for all of it because of injuries.
James, the ultimate salesman, also used the trip to Swensons to cultivate his next acting opportunity – a “Trainwreck” sequel.
Welcome to life in the spotlight, D’Angelo Russell.