Joe Lull has been part of the Cleveland sports media scene since 2004, including four years as a beat reporter for Metro Networks and free lance reporter for Associated Press Radio, Fox Sports Radio and CBS Sportsline. He had a “cup-of-coffee” in the television advertising world in ’07-’08, spending less time in the sales department at WKYC-TV than “The Fabulous Sports Babe” spent on Cleveland airwaves in the 1990’s. A proud product of Padua Franciscan High School, Ohio University and Cleveland State; Joe has hosted sports shows for WEOL, WHK and Digital Sports Network. Joe makes no secret of his single status, as his track record with women rivals that of Butch Davis’s drafting prowess with the Browns.
With the Cavaliers in the midst of an 8-game winning streak (tied for their longest of the season) its easy to be optimistic about where the team is headed over the latter half of the 2014-2015 season.
It’s hard to say you have given yourself a chance and hard to say you have seen things through after 39 games marred by injury and roster overhaul.
Cavaliers head coach David Blatt deserves some time.
Waiters has long been considered the Cavaliers most valuable trade asset and a piece that may not fit seamlessly between Kyrie Irving and LeBron James. Dion being dealt may have been a foregone conclusion, as with limited assets in the form of young players and draft picks it’s hard to fathom a fashion in which the Cavaliers could add to their roster without sacrificing Waiters.
Bleacher Report’s Ben Axelrod joined Joe Lull & Chris Fedor to talk about Ohio State’s win in the Sugar Bowl last night.
The Cavaliers 95-91 victory over the Brooklyn Nets Friday was not pretty by any means, but a couple things were accomplished.
1) Many have attributed the Cavaliers early season struggles to a lack of effort. In the midst of the team’s recent 5-game winning streak, effort has no longer been a topic of conversation. 2) So […]
One of the biggest storylines going into Wednesday’s 92-90 Cavaliers loss to the San Antonio Spurs was the heavy workload being carried by the Cavs “big three” early in the season. Going into Wednesday LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love ranked third, fourth and fifth respectively in minutes-per-game league-wide. (James 39mpg, Irving 38mpg, Love 37mpg)
LeBron James said it would take time for the Cavaliers to gel and he was right. Six games into the regular season, the Cavs are far from a well-oiled machine.
Doug Gottlieb of CBS Radio joined Joe Lull this morning to talk about Lebron James and Cavs.