Alex Hooper | 92.3 The Fan

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Beat Reporter for Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM)

Alex Hooper is a beat reporter for 92.3 the Fan, covering the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Cavaliers and more. Alex also serves as an anchor for the station. He was formerly a sports writer for the News-Herald in Willoughby, OH, and General Manager at WBWC in Berea, Ohio.

Simplicity, Effectiveness And Predictability: A Cavaliers Paradox

After their latest loss, Lue indicated the predictability may be better than what they have now, apparent confusion while trying to digest too much.


Cavaliers Suspend J.R. Smith For Thursday’s Game Against 76ers

Head coach Tyronn Lue said that Smith was set to start against Philly earlier in the day, but an incident happened following shoot around that led to the suspension.


Erik Gonzalez Leaves Injured As Indians Sweep Split Squad Games

The 26-year-old walked off the field with a trainer before returning to Goodyear for further evaluation.


Cavaliers Host Town Hall With Teens To Talk Goals, Dreams And Leadership

The Cavs hosted 40 teenagers from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland on Wednesday at Cleveland Clinic Courts, holding a town hall discussion with players Jordan Clarkson, George Hill and Larry Nance Jr. as a part of their Black Heritage Celebration.


Smoke Signals: Anderson’s Role, Napoli’s Return, Guyer’s Axe

Cody Anderson, who is returning from Tommy John surgery, will not pitch in the majors again until April 27th at the earliest.


Three Best Supporting Cavaliers Help Leading Man In His Historic Night

It will come as no surprise to anyone, but LeBron James has re-entered the record books, again on pages featuring only the King himself.


LeBron Slams ‘Corrupt’ NCAA, Is Brainstorming Better Futures of NBA Prospects

“NCAA is corrupt, we know that,” he said.


Reports: Mike Napoli Back With Indians On Minor League Deal Pending Physical

After a career year in 2016, Napoli slashed .193/.285/.428 with the Rangers with 29 homers last year.


Smoke Signals: Top Tribe Prospects Have A Big Spring Day

Outside of the southpaw, Triston McKenzie, the team’s other top three prospects all contributed extra-base hits and RBI.


Cavaliers Combatting Their Own ‘Predictable’ Offense

Tyronn Lue said that the team used practice and add ‘6 or 7’ sets originating at the elbow, something desperately needed with 4 new players.