Cavs Hire Only Coach to take them to NBA Finals

Yes, he had LeBron James. Yes, he had Kobe Bryant. But he wins games. Lots of them. There’s a reason he was entrusted to coach both the Mamba and (this is gonna hurt, but it’s for a purpose… Dammit, I can’t. I’m gonna censor it) K**g James. If you follow Dan Gilbert on Twitter, you’ll […]

BS1999 Daily: Celebrating a Cavs Win and More

My sincere hope is that if you picked any of the games the Cavs have played out west recently over the last week or so to stay up and watch, you picked last night. Cleveland relinquished a 17-point halftime lead, but finished on an 8-2 run to close out a very good Blazer team in […]

BS1999 Daily: Plenty of Links for this Wonderful Wednesday

It’s a busy day for Believing Since 1999 Daily, mainly because I got way too caught up in FirstEnergy Stadium (home of the Cleveland Browns) and the fact that Joe Banner refuses to wear orange ties to public team functions. The busyness (word? it is now) may have contributed to the incredibly boring title that […]

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 […]

Thoughts on the Tribe: Offseason Pt. 3 – The Pitching Staff

Finally, we’ve arrived at the final part of what has turned into a trilogy of Indians offseason analysis. In today’s finale, I’m taking a look at the pitching staff and what the Tribe might have in mind heading into Spring Training. Speaking of Spring Training, pitchers and catchers report on February 10th. If your math […]