BS1999 Daily: Wednesday in Cleveland

Tonight, a Cleveland team is in action as the Cavs take on the Atlanta Hawks at home. Unfortunately, they announced earlier this morning that Anderson Varejao will undergo surgery on his quad injury and is expected to miss 6-8 weeks. That would explain Byron Scott’s uncertainty when he met with media yesterday. This news is […]

Believing Since 1999 Daily: Notes from a Tuesday Night

In an effort to cover as much as I can about the happenings in Cleveland sports, today is a new beginning here on Believing Since 1999. I’m going to aim to give some opinions on the headlines everyday, and also sprinkle in random thoughts that may or may not directly relate to the big three. […]

Thoughts on the Cavs: They’re Back and Better Than… Well… Last Year!

Welcome back. Since we last talked, the Browns shot up the ESPN NFL Power Rankings all the way to big number 29. It’s comfortable to say that we aren’t the worst team in the league anymore, and that feels pretty damn good. Not to mention that on top of not being the worst, we actually […]

Thoughts on the Browns: Bring on the Champs (With a Side of Cavs)

Let us begin this week with letting bygones be bygones. It has been a while since we’ve talked on here, and there is so much to cover with so little time. The Browns are still winless, and I feel like if Joe Haden were here we would be 2-2. Every week I have lamented the […]

Thoughts on Everything: The Legend of Jeff Wolfert and Ever So Much More

Since my last post about the Indians still being sorta in it, a lot has happened. This includes the Indians taking themselves completely out of it, saying screw it, and releasing all of the old “Vets” (God knows what the actual number is now, but Jose Lopez is the latest casualty). I know everyone really […]