With the Cavaliers having the second-worst record in the league, they have a 14% chance at the number one pick and cannot fall outside the top-five. Below is a list of the top-five prospects the Cavs should draft: Deni Avdija Right now Avdija has the upside as high as Luka Doncic, and a floor like Darco Milicic. With top overseas prospects being very inconsistent in the past, … [Read more...] about Who Should the Cavaliers Draft?
With there being no actual sports in play right now, the amount of prevalent things to talk about with immediate relevance wanes by the day. For the Cavaliers, stuck at the bottom of the barrel in the NBA, that might be a good thing. Perhaps the Indians’ controversial ownership and rather volatile future outlook could also use the opportunity to take a breather and step out of … [Read more...] about On this day in Cleveland Sports History…
The man hit the biggest shot in Cleveland Cavaliers History. Sadly, it didn’t exactly end well for star point guard Kyrie Irving in Cleveland, but that moment in 2016 is a big reason why the team won Game 7 and became champions. That ball clanks off the rim and us fans could still be wondering…what could’ve been? Irving was drafted by the Cavs with the first pick in 2011 out of … [Read more...] about Should The Cavs Retire Kyrie Irving’s #2?
There are many notable rivalries across the sports world such as Penguins v. Flyers, Packers v. Bears, Cubs v. Cardinals, Lakers v. Celtics, Duke v. North Carolina, Ohio State v. Michigan (even though the Wolverines haven’t beaten the Buckeyes since 2011), and of course, “The Iron Bowl” (Alabama v. Auburn) and still more. The NFL’s Cleveland Browns’ fans still claim that … [Read more...] about What’s the Real Rivalry in the AFC North?
As the thousands of cameras, all crews standing six feet apart from one another (ya know, social distancing) swarmed over Cleveland Sports Talk owner Zach Shafron, moments after he announced a press conference, Shafron made an announcement which would lead to a series of horrible things for the website moving forward. So exciting! After Shafron, dressed nice and tidily, took … [Read more...] about Total fucking idiot to edit CST Articles moving forward, per site owner
Edited By: Andrew Baillargeon With the Cavaliers in the middle of a rebuild, they are looking for players that will help them for the future. The following is a list of my thoughts on the team’s current players, from those who have logged enough minutes to be considered “rotational”: Collin Sexton So far into Collin Sexton’s career, he has proven himself to be a … [Read more...] about Ranking the Cavaliers for the Future
With the fate of this year’s professional sports seasons currently up in the air, sports fans like us are given two choices: we can either look back on the ups and downs of our favorite teams or we can look to the future, as uncertain as it may be. This article seeks to accomplish both of these tasks, recalling the Tribe’s recent past and anticipating their possible future. As … [Read more...] about Francisco Lindor, Paul Dolan, and the City Held Hostage: The Unfortunate Fate of the Cleveland Indians
The new Browns GM, Andrew Berry, sprinted out of the gate when NFL free agency opened this month. He certainly made the Browns’ intentions known signing former Atlanta Falcons tight end Austin Hooper and former Titans offensive lineman Jack Conklin. Berry and crew didn’t stop there, however, as the once-more-revised front office shored up a number of positions including safety … [Read more...] about CST Writers Debate Dorsey’s Moves as Browns GM