Cleveland.com columnist Dennis Manoloff of the Cleveland Plain Dealer joined Baskin & Phelps Friday to discuss the Cavaliers’ impressive win over Golden State, LeBron James making a statement, continuing to evaluated David Blatt as an NBA head coach, what it means if the Browns sign Josh McCown in free agency, the Indians new ticket offers to get younger crowds in the doors, and more.
92.3 beat reporter Daryl Ruiter joined Baskin & Phelps in studio to discuss the recent events he’s been covering, including the Cavaliers and Warriors shootarounds as they prepare to play Thurs night, Roger Goodell attending a function in Canton to answer questions, free agent priorities for the Browns in the offseason, and more.
Cavaliers beat reporter Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss the streaking Cavs, jockeying for playoff position in the East, how the roster is constructed and pieces fitting together, how paramount David Griffin’s in-season trades were for the health of the team’s championship possibility, and more.
Despite not making a move prior to Thursday’s NBA trade deadline, the Cleveland Cavaliers have added the backup big they desperately need.
Dennis Manoloff On The Cavaliers: “If They’re Good Enough, The Seeding Doesn’t Matter All That Much”
Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Dennis Manoloff joined Baskin & Phelps on Friday to discuss the Cavaliers gearing up for the 2nd half of the season, being quiet at the trade deadline, who should fill the open roster spot, thoughts on Kendrick Perkins, where Kevin Love fits in to the stretch run, the NFL’s Wonderlic Test, and more.
Cavaliers/NBA writer Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday to discuss the 3pm NBA trade deadline, what could be possibilities for Cleveland if a move is made, other deals that have been reported and completed around the NBA, how pressing the need for signing Ray Allen is compared to other moves, and more.
LeBron James isn’t used to looking up at so many teams at the All-Star break.
As one of the NBA’s old men, Tim Duncan has a Madison Square Garden memory that few share.
LeBron James sat at a small desk inside a preschool classroom in Harlem surrounded by books like “The Little Engine That Could,” scribbled crayon artwork on the walls and an alphabet chart.
The NBA’s All-Star show has arrived on Brrr-oadway.