Tag: Cleveland Cavaliers

Sports Rain Man: Dumb Derek Jeter, Cleveland Cavs, NBA Trades, Brandt Sisters

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS –  This was a week where I had no idea what to write about. The sports scene just seems so bare after the Super Bowl. Football is over, Spring Training hasn’t started, the Rangers are selling, the Knicks season is officially over, having lost their best player, and I really don’t […]

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NBA Rumblings: Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers and #Knickstape Forum

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SPANISH HARLEM – I was going to write about the Eagles but football has dominated the headlines here and rightfully so. For all of us that need a fix, I will try my best to give you something else to read about… So, today I will change the subject and talk about the NBA; Los […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Cavaliers, Georgia, Alabama, Jon Gruden

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CLIFTON PARK, NY – Ah, the Buffalo Bills’ best season this side of the millennium came to an end on Sunday. And in classic Bills fashion, too. Jalen Ramsey intercepted Nathan Peterman with less than a minute left in the game and Buffalo driving. However, the call on the field probably should have been overturned. […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Cris Collinsworth, Baker Mayfield, NBA, Championship Weekend

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WEST PITTSTON, PA – First thing’s first, Aaron Rodgers would have most-definitely outplayed Brett Hundley Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cris. As the Steelers were driving down the field to kick a game-winning field goal NBC color analyst Cris Collinsworth made a bold statement. He felt that if Rodgers had played Sunday, he wouldn’t have […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: New York Giants, New York Jets, Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Cavaliers

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WEST PITTSTON, PA – Who would have thought that through nine weeks the New York Jets and New York Giants would be going in opposites directions. Well, maybe we all thought they’d be going in opposite directions but not this way. The Giants just got embarrassed by the Los Angeles Rams while the Jets got […]

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Week That Was: Eagles Deadline Trade, Porzingis Erupts, Thoughts on the Yankees Manager

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Last week I was caught in the middle of explaining why I wanted Joe Girardi back when the New York Yankees surprised the fans and media by NOT bringing him back. It was a weird feeling for me because I wanted to write about it as soon as I heard – […]

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Today: NBA Starts; Cavs, Celtics, Warriors, Rockets. And Of Course, The Yankees

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – We have the 4 major sports in full bloom and I still can’t find something to write about (I joke!). The NBA opened on Tuesday with two really good games and one unfortunate event. The Yankees came back home and won three games to make this a series so you can […]

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Gary Sanchez is Red Hot, Aaron Judge Strikeout Streak Ends and Kyrie Irving Gets Traded

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Whether you love sports or hate sports (see Angry Ward), August is the month of great anticipation. College Football and the NFL are right around the corner and many fans can’t wait for the season to get started. Basketball and Hockey will soon follow suit, giving us on the MeetTheMatts more […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Pacquiao vs. Horn, NBA Free Agency, Baby Bombers

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BETHANY BEACH, DE – Yup. You see that dateline? Yes, I’m at the beach on vacation and still writing my column. Some millennial bump on the log I am, right? OK, I’m pretty agitated right now with something that happened over the weekend in the sports world. So no witty intro this week. I’m just […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s 50 Year Sports Retrospective

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MARLBORO, NY– Today marks the first day of my 50th year on this earth and when you get to be this age you pretty much think you’ve seen it all if you’re a sports fan. Not that I consider myself a know-it-all, but a sports fan my age has witnessed some of the G.O.A.T. in […]

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