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Yesterday afternoon, at the end of the annual Boston Marathon, two bombs exploded behind the crowd by the finish line. Three people were killed. The toll of people who were injured was originally 30, but has been climbing since then to approximately 90 and perhaps more. Many of the injured victims of the attacks suffered severe grotesque and disabiling injuries. Lives were changed that will never be the same.
The thoughts of everyone at Stepien Rules goes out to these victims, thier families and friends.
If you were one of the 19,000 people who attended the Cleveland Cavaliers Fan Appreciation Day last night, after these explosions were reported, or one of the employees and media who showed up to work there, you truly deserve to be appreciated. Not just by the NBA and the Cavaliers franchise, but by each other.
For many, sports are an escape, something to set aside real problems and issues in the world and enjoy entertainment. For a local sports team, there...
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The Cleveland Cavaliers have decided to part ways with head coach Byron Scott, who compiled a 66-166 while with the team.
Kyrie Irving seemed particularly distraught about the news that
Cavaliers coach Byron Scott had been fired Thursday.
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — Byron Scott‘s days of trying to turn around the Cavaliers are done.
Scott was fired Thursday following a third straight losing season with Cleveland, an 82-game rollercoaster that included injuries, blown leads and a dismal final few weeks.
Scott went 64-166 in his three years with the Cavs, who were weakened by injuries this season but also showed little...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have decided to part ways with head coach Byron Scott, per a report from the Akron Beacon-Journal.
“I have tremendous respect for Byron professionally and a great deal of admiration for him personally. At the same time, it is critical for where we are as a team to ensure that we capitalize on every opportunity for development and success and we have fallen...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have reportedly fired head coach Byron Scott after only three seasons of coaching. He will be exiting with a 64-166 record and his .278 winning percentage which is the lowest in team history among all coaches (minimum one full season).
According to Ohio.com:
Rumors over Scott’s future intensified over the past couple of weeks as the Cavaliers regressed...
Kyrie Irving didn’t give him a vote of confidence and that pretty much sealed his fate.
BREAKING: Byron Scott fired by Cavaliers, league source confirms to Akron Beacon Journal. Story link: ohio.com/news/break-new… #Cavs #NBA
— Jason Lloyd (@JasonLloydABJ) April 18, 2013
The Cleveland Cavaliers have released Head Coach Byron Scott, 52, the team announced today. The Cavaliers’ record during Scott’s tenure was 64-166, including a 24-58 mark this season.
“I have tremendous respect for Byron professionally and a great deal of admiration for him personally. At the same time, it is critical for where we are as a team to ensure that we capitalize...
BallertainmentByron Scott sent packing by Cleveland Cavaliers
Coach Byron Scott has been fired by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Three losing seasons and poor defensive output saw to that.
Of his firing, Scott said…
I want to thank (general manager) Chris Grant, (owner) Dan Gilbert and the Cavaliers organization for the opportunity I had to coach this team the last three seasons,”...
"You be quiet now, boy. I'm trying to watch 'Quincy.'"
When Byron Scott stands glowering on
the Cavaliers' sideline, he looks like that strict uncle you were always a
little bit afraid of. The kind of old-school disciplinarian not shy about
pulling out his belt to deliver a whoopin' on whoever was fixin' for one,
Final: Sixers 91, Cavaliers 77
For a team not going to be involved in post season play, this was the perfect way to end the final home game of the season. The Sixers got out the gate early outscoring the Cavs 32-19 in the first quarter. It was obvious from early on that the Sixers would make a constant effort to make Kyrie Irving's night as difficult as possible. The Cavs star...
Don’t worry, we didn’t get overly political even as we talked about Scott’s trip to see the Mets with Ann Coulter in order to do a feature for Esquire. It was all just a ramp to Cleveland sports and some Cavs talk.
Ann Coulter at a Mets game
Josh Hamilton and quitting chew
Nolan Ryan and his critiques of him quitting mid-season
Humans breaking addiction...
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