Brian Spaeth and Craig Lyndall were both at the Cavaliers' home opener against the New York Knicks. This is their account of the experience of being downtown for this monumental moment in Cleveland sports history.
We also discussed the Cavs newsletter from today in depth. Make sure you subscribe, but if you want to read what we were talking about, click it here.
I apologize in advance for the technical difficulties. After trying to edit some out and trying to fix others, I chose to give you new content at the expense of a professional sounding broadcast. We strive to be better, but Skype just wasn't cooperating today.
We talked about LeBron James and the Cavaliers and the value of the various sports tickets in town. We talked about Browns fans and the volatility of NFL fans. We talked about fan fights and the fight videos that seem to hit every Monday morning from the previous Sunday's extra-curricular action.
We talked about a lot more. Always good to chat up TD.
As with every Monday morning, I stepped into my "studio" to jump on the skype line and talk to Andy Baskin and Andre Knott for Dawgs on the Run. Today, we talked about the Browns ugly 23-13 win over the Oakland Raiders. The game was pretty ugly, but it took the Browns over 500 to 4-3 on the season.
Craig and Dave Sterling (@dimoko) talk about everything from CDs and whether you need to keep them to sports talk radio commercials.
We also went through our Amazon order histories dating back as far as our first orders. Make sure you screen cap the oldest orders that make you look cool and lame.
The Browns were so extremely awful yesterday, but I'm stopping short of calling it a moment that defines them. They are still an average to above average team and that's what I said to Andy Baskin and Andre Knott on this morning's version of Dawgs on the Run for channel 5 WEWS.
Dave Sterling and I had our weekly chat about all the various things on our minds. Here's what we talked about...
Ben Cox came on the podcast today to talk about the "Season of Huh" book he's putting together with some of the best writers in the Cavs blog community. We also talked about the Browns beating the Steelers, but not that much. We mostly focused on the last year of Cavaliers news culminating in the return of LeBron James.
Dave Bryan from Steelers Depot (@steelersdepot) is a great podcast guest. He knows the AFC North (as well as the rest of the NFL) backwards and forward. We discussed the Browns and Steelers final game against each other in the 2014 season.
Dave Sterling (@dimoko) joined the podcast again to talk about the week's sports news. We also discussed WFNY's new partnership with UBER and our new sweet Uber code, UBERWFNY which will give you $20 off your first Uber ride. Use it. Tell a friend.
Here's what else we talked about.
Mike Burgermeister joined me to discuss the Browns' miraculous come-from-behind victory over the Titans. Here's what we discussed.
I was on this morning with Andy Baskin and Andre Knott on the streaming sports show, Dawgs on the Run. In case you missed it here's what it sounded like.
We discussed the Browns win over the Titans. We bashed Ken Whisenhunt, Charlie Whitehurst, the Browns defense, and a lot more.
Thank goodness the Browns won, or who knows how bitter I would have been?
We've talked to @sportsyelling about the Indians for a while now, and I asked her to come on and help me wrap up the 2014 Cleveland Indians season. We did just that by going through her top three best and worst things about the 2014 Cleveland Indians.