There's a lot of questions about the Cavaliers after their 18-point loss to the Indiana Pacers in Game #1 of the NBA Playoffs
Fox Sports Ohio's TV play-by-play voice Fred McLeod offered his thoughts.
TV voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Fox Sports Ohio, Fred McLeod joined the Sam and Brad Show Tuesday to assess the Cavs' loss against Golden State and their recent struggles as of late.
The Cavaliers return to the practice floor tomorrow before taking on the Orlando Magic Thursday night.
Eric Koreen from the Athletic Toronto spoke about the Toronto Raptors as they prepare to face the Cavs tonight at the Q.
Rafael Hernandez Brito, the Spanish Play-by-Play voice of the Cavaliers spoke with Sam live on site to talk about the Cavs' side of things.
Cavaliers play-by-play announcer for FOX Sports Ohio Fred McLeod spoke with Sam and Brad live at the Q Friday ahead of Cavs and Sixers tonight.
Cavaliers play-by-play man Fred McLeod from Fox Sports Ohio spoke with Sam and Brad Wednesday to talk about the team's workmanlike win over Minnesota Tuesday and their game tonight against the Indiana Pacers.
The full interview can be heard below.
Cavs play-by-play TV voice Fred McLeod from FoxSports Ohio joined Brad Russell to talk about the passing of sports broadcaster Craig Sager due to cancer Thursday.
Sager was 65. He worked for various outlets, most notably Turner Sports, where he was seen as a sideline reporter during NBA games.
He got to cover an NBA Finals courtesy of ESPN as he was battling cancer.
The Cavaliers and Warriors will be heading back to Cleveland and this Game 6 is expected to have an electric atmosphere inside the Q.
Fred McLeod, the Cavs' play-by-play announcer from Fox Sports Ohio joined the Sam Bourquin Show Wednesday to talk about the series, how fun it's been, and how the Cavs have responded with their back against the wall.
"This is what you'd hope for, this is what you expect, and tomorrow night should be the most dramatic game we've seen of the series so far," he said.
Fred says he expects LeBron to pick up where he left off in Game 5. Not 41 points per say, but McLeod says his confidence is unshakeable.
For the full interview with Fred McLeod, click right here.