Kyrie Irving had surgery to repair his fractured kneecap in early June, making the original three- or four-month recovery time fall right around now. The Cleveland Plain Dealer, however, is reporting that, according to multiple sources, it looks like Kyrie won’t suit up for the opener, and according to one, he might not play until January. Read more...
The deal isn’t official yet, but the Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly agreed last week to a two-year deal that will bring 30-year-old Russian center Sasha Kaun to the NBA after six seasons playing for CSKA Moscow. The Plain Dealer‘s Terry...Show More Summary
Terry Egger, the former publisher of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, has been named publisher and CEO of Philadelphia Media Network, the parent company of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News and Philly.com. Egger succeeds Gerry Lenfest, who owns the company, as publisher. Show More Summary
Johnny Manziel’s sore arm isn’t something the Browns are panicking about, nor is it anything they think they’re going to be able to change. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns think Manziel’s elbow soreness is a result of the three-quarters delivery he walked in the door with, and that…
Chris Haynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting that the Cleveland Cavaliers and 6-foot-11 Russian center Sasha Kaun have reached an agreement on a two-year deal yesterday. Terms of the deal was not disclosed though the CavsShow More Summary
A Romenesko reader and Cleveland Plain Dealer staffer sends this email: “[In a memo to staff], Editor George Rodrigue summarizes the number of seconds readers spent on online posts on average, broken down by type of story. Note that Watchdog stories ranked highest — two minutes. Sports remain popular. “The big picture here is this: … Read More
In February of 2013, John Kasich decided Jesus told him to expand the medicaid portion of Obamacare in Ohio. As the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported, Gov. John Kasich included the much-anticipated announcement in his two-year budget proposal Monday. Show More Summary
The Browns were without former first-rounder Barkeviovs Mingo in practice Wednesday, though no one knows why. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Mingo wasn’t on the practice field and “is being evaluated for an unspecified ailment or injury.” Browns coach Mike Pettine would only say he’d know more Thursday about Mingo’s condition. The…
Via the Cleveland Plain Dealer: Rick Hodges, head of Ohio's Department of Health and named defendant in the landmark case that ended last week with the U.S. Supreme Court legalizing gay marriage nationwide, gave a Bible reading Thursday at a gay wedding. Show More Summary
Sunday’s edition of The Plain Dealer featured a pair of ads from both Nike and the Cleveland Cavaliers, commemorating the Cavs’ postseason run. The Swoosh paid tribute to LeBron James’ The post Nike Honors LeBron James and the Cavs With Ad appeared first on SLAMonline.
In honor of its signature athlete's unbelievable first season back home, Nike has put out a fantastic new ad in the Plain Dealer that revisits the highs and lows of what were the 2014-15 Cleveland Cavaliers. A championship in his first season back in Cleveland would have made for the perfect homecoming story for LeBron James. Show More Summary
Reason subpoena: “There’s no case here, and the Justice Department knows it.” [Kevin O’Brien, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Mike Godwin/R Street Institute, earlier] “Judge: Arresting Man For Criticizing Alton Selectmen Was ‘Pure Censorship'”...Show More Summary
Not enough grit?! What NBA Finals were the Cleveland Plain Dealer front-page editors watching? King James left every ounce of grit imaginable on the Q arena floor Tuesday night, with the Cavaliers almost making a tie-game of it in the final few minutes. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Browns have several storylines heading into their minicamp. What storylines should fans keep their eye on? Who are key players to watch? Watch as Bleacher Report's Adam Lefkoe and the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot discuss Browns minicamp in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
(Reuters) - A Cleveland judge found probable cause on Thursday that a police officer who shot and killed a 12-year-old boy who was holding a replica gun should face murder and other charges, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper.
There’s no denying the hustle of Cleveland Cavaliers player Matthew Dellavedova. As reported by the Cleveland Plain Dealer, it was in part due to the big hustle of Dellavedova that helped lead the Cavs to a 96 to 91 win over the Golden State Warriors in Tuesday night’s game. Show More Summary
Front page and back page of today's Cleveland Plain Dealer sports section: pic.twitter.com/Yx8fKP8ZaU — Jeff Zillgitt (...)
Akron, OH Mayor Garry Moneypenny announced his resignation, eight days after taking office from longtime Mayor Don Plusquellic, over an inappropriate encounter with a city employee, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Moneypenny lightly described the encounter with a city council [...]
The biggest chance the Browns have at a big-time receiver didn’t make it through practice yesterday, though they’re hoping it’s not a big deal. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns wide receiver Dwayne Bowe left practice with a knee injury, and didn’t return. “We might hold him out Thursday,” Browns coach…
Mike Florio breaks down the latest news from around the NFL with the help of Mary Kay Cabot (Cleveland Plain Dealer), Marty Hurnery (former Panthers GM), and Darin Gantt (PFT).