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Early season NBA developments

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor

October 27, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

With the NBA season beginning on Oct. 10, there has been almost three weeks of basketball and many developments to discuss. The defending champion Golden State Warriors may look vulnerable, the Boston Celtics lost one of their star players for the season and a new MVP candidate has emerged. The Observe...

Indians promising season ends early

Indians promising season ends early

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor

October 13, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

For the second consecutive season, the Cleveland Indians lost three consecutive potential series-clinching games and were eliminated from the playoffs. Last season, after going up three games to one on the Chicago Cubs in the World Series, the Indians could not secure another victory. This year, def...

The return of Kyrie Irving

The return of Kyrie Irving

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor

October 13, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

Andrew Ford, Staff Reporter: Cavs fans should, and will, boo the heck out of Irving. To be clear, there is nothing wrong with what he did; he has every right to make his wishes known to the front office. But if I were a diehard Cavaliers fan, it would feel like betrayal by Irving. He decided to put ...

Cavaliers set for present, future after offseason moves

Jacob Rayyan, Columnist

September 29, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

The Cleveland Cavaliers are currently preparing for another season in which they will be one of the favorites representing the Eastern Conference in the NBA Finals. The team, however, is going to look vastly different from the one that carried the organization to the last three Finals, including one cha...

Trump attacks players, who respond with more protests

Kevin Smith, Executive Editor

September 29, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

This past week, President Donald Trump launched a verbal tirade and a Twitter rant that inspired more protests in the NFL and united the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. It is truly odd when even Trump’s political shortcomings become involved with Cleveland sports, or even just sports in ...

Reflecting on the Indians streak

Jacob Rayyan, Columnist

September 22, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

The Cleveland Indians just had one of the most magical runs of any team ever in the history of baseball. For a team that has championship aspirations, they gave the league, their fans and opposing teams a taste of the kind of talent in the American League. For those that have been under a rock for th...

Browns focus on positives moving forward

Jacob Rayyan, Columnist

September 15, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

The Cleveland Browns played a surprisingly competitive game at home Sunday, Sept. 9 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, ultimately falling 21-18. While the final result was not what the fans and the team were hoping for, there were encouraging signs from both sides of the football as the team begins the...

Browns building in unusual ways

Jacob Rayyan, Columnist

September 8, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

The Cleveland Browns continue to raise eyebrows, if that is even possible after posting an abysmal 1-15 record in the regular season last year. The team appears to be trying to seriously improve from last year, while building towards the future as well. We will take a look at some of the notable off...

Largest police union backs out of Browns flag ceremony

Kevin Smith, Executive Editor

September 8, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

Unions for both the Cleveland Police Department and Cleveland Emergency Medical Services backed out of the Cleveland Browns pregame ceremony for their opener on Sept. 10 according to an article published by The Huffington Post. According to an article published by wkyc.com, Detective Steve Loomis, President of the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association (CPPA), announced the decision ...

Kyrie Irving earned his goodbye to the Cavs

Jacob Rayyan, Columnist

July 30, 2017


Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

Kyrie Irving wants out and he has more than attained the merit to make that decision. According to regional media, Irving requested a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers with a strong desire to be the number one scoring option for his new employer. Irving has been with the organization since they dra...

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