The Sour Sixteen: Ranking Cleveland’s Sports Rivals

When Will Leitch posted his article last week at Sports on Earth listing each MLB team’s three greatest rivals and it came across my screen, it got me thinking. When I asked myself who were the Indians’ three greatest rivals, I had to think about it. It also got me thinking about how I would rank my dislike or feelings of rivalry for the opponents of the Cavaliers, Browns, and...
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The 2004 World Champion Boston Celtics: What could have been

Absurd artwork courtesy of EKGuest post by the Sportshayes Celtics fans rejoiced when the Celtics ended a 22 year drought and took home the 2008 NBA championship. The deaths of Len Bias and Reggie crippled the mighty Celtics and it took a generation to get back to the top. The names Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, PJ Brown and Rajon Rondo are etched into Celtics fans minds as the men who...
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August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Green Target: Mike Miller

AP Photo/Matt YorkThe genius of the 2007-08 Celtics was not solely getting Kevin Garnett on board to play with Ray Allen and Paul Pierce, but surrounding the new Big Three with talented role players to help shoulder the load. James Posey, Eddie House, PJ Brown, etc. Everyone did their part and the payoff was a championship.That’s the recipe for success that Danny Ainge and company...
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June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

NBA Rising Stars Challenge, Another Success

(Courtesy of AP/espn.go) NBA All Star Weekend is here, and it is back in fashion, with the 63rd annual NBA All Star Weekend taking place in New Orleans. The Rookie Challenge is the first and one of the highlighted events in the weekend, The Rookie Challenge game was established in 1994, way back when, that game featured players such as PJ Brown, Chris Webber, Toni Kukoc and Rookie...
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February 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Turn On The Knicks Throwback Thursday – January 9th Edition

The Hardaway family is forever connected by the Knicks-Heat rivalry. Tonight, the youngest will play his first game against the team that retired his old man’s number. Hopefully, Hardaway Jr. can do as much damage to the Heat as his daddy did to the Knicks in the 1997 NBA Playoffs. After a Game 4 victory, the 1997 Eastern Conference Semifinals was supposed to belong to the Knicks...
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January 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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