Whether we like it or not, our clearest path to the postseason is not the Division Championship; it’s one of the Wild Cards. Either way, none of this matters if the Indians do not keep winning. — Jon Steiner in the latest WFNY Roundtable
Dion Waiters and CJ Miles wearing socks on the beach. Thumbs up.
(Or: Dion Waiters is straight jacked. Get excited, Cavs fans.)
(Or: Kyrie Irving has some serious abs.)
Source: Dion Waiters’ Instagram
I wanted to put them through a ritual to become a member of the team, but not allow hazing. And it took off. It’s been a hit since every place we’ve been. — Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer
Appartently, the Browns are tied for 13th in the NFL’s “biggest jumbotron” departement:
According to this chart from Fast Company the Vikings have the smallest jumbo-tron in the NFL. Just a little bigger than a 60 inch TV… For now.
(Source: mspclothing, via ilovecharts)
Though a slew of outlets wanted to publish photoshopped covers a month or so ago as if they were the real deal, EA Sports has officially released the cover for NBA Live 14 which features a more digitized version of Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving.
A link to a trailer of the impending release can be found here.
Spraypaint throwbacks: Browns’ cornerback Joe Haden went the NIKEiD route with his cleats for the 2013 season. Anyone who knows Haden’s affinity for shoes should not expect much less from the Pro Bowl hopeful.
Carmen Electra, Jake Taylor, Jed Clampett and Dick Tracy are just a few of the check-in names that select members of the Cleveland Indians use on the when on the road.
Care to make any guesses as who’s who? Swisher as J Lo? Bourn as Denzel? Giambi as Taylor? Reynolds as Shania?
Masterson? Santana? Ubaldo?
(image via @g8tour)
Cleveland Browns “superfan” Matthew Weimer was featured in the July 8, 2013 edition of ESPN The Magazine, Zubaz pants and all.
ESPN Insider since 2009: You can tell a lot about a person by his shoes and Weimer’s are proof he isn’t a fair-weather Browns fan. Through Kosar and Couch, the Jamestown, NY native (and ESPN staffer since 1997) has stuck with the seal brown and burnt orange. So when Weimer, an associate director of media, gor his first office, he decorated it accordingly. It took six weeks, two shopping bags at a time, to unload all of his toys, including a flag signed by Bernie himself. “The move was good timing, he says. “My daughters needed a playroom.”
Fab 5: iLTHY takes it back to the Orange and (Electric) Blue days with one of their latest.
And here you thought you’d never see a cyclops Austin Carr kicking it with a cyclops Shawn Kemp. Please…