Sam and Brad spoke with Brian Dulik of the Associated Press and the Medina Gazette in studio Thursday.
They spoke about the parting of ways between Larry Drew and the Cavaliers organization.
Cavaliers General Manager Koby Altman will speak with the media tomorrow morning at Cleveland Clinic Courts to wrap up the season and address the Coach Drew news.
On this Wednesday edition of the Sam and Brad Show, the guys catch up with the Akron RubberDucks' Adam Liberman to discuss the team's "signing" of Bryce Harper to a 330 million duck bills contract(00:20). Brian Dulik of the Medina Gazette and Associated Press stops by to talk with the guys about all things in area sports (05:42), and Paul Keels of the IMG Sports Network talks with the guys about the Ohio State Buckeyes following their big win over #22 Iowa(16:41).
Brian Dulik from the Medina Gazette spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about Kyrie Irving asking the Cleveland Cavaliers for a trade.
Brian Dulik joined Sam and Brad to talk about the Browns as they conduct their rookie mini-camp, the Indians as they start a weekend set with the Twins, and the Cavaliers as they await the winner of the Boston and Washington series for the Eastern Conference Finals.
Brian Dulik of the Medina Gazette spoke with Sam and Brad to discuss the Cavaliers taking a 2-0 lead over the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
The Raptors and Cavs will square off in Game#3 Friday at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
For the full interview, click here.
Brian Dulik of the Medina Gazette spoke with Sam Bourquin about the Cavaliers taking a commanding 3-0 lead over the Indiana Pacers Thursday night.
Brian also discussed the report of Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor turning down a contract extension with the club.
Brian Dulik, Sports Columnist of the Medina Gazette spoke with Sam and Brad about the Cavaliers as they face the Orlando Magic tonight at the Q.
The game can be heard on 1590 WAKR.
Sports Columnist Brian Dulik from the Medina Gazette spoke with Sam and Brad Monday to talk about the Browns' free agency moves as of late.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers, coming off of the NBA Championship, are looking to get back to that elite level and could be adding some new pieces to try and get back to the mountaintop.
Sports columnist Brian Dulik from the Medina Gazette joined the Sam Bourquin Show Tuesday to talk about the Cavs and what possible moves could be made, despite not having a lot of money to spend.
The Cavaliers have already parted ways with center Timofey Mozgov and Matthew Dellavedova via free agency, and the rumors have already started as far as Dwyane Wade leaving Miami to come to Cleveland and reunite with LeBron James on the hardwood.
"The Heat need Wade more than he needs the Heat organization," Dulik stated.
Wade and James teamed together in Miami to win a pair of championships with the Heat.
For the complete interview with Brian Dulik, click here.
The Cavaliers have completed their sweep of the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday, and it seems as though the Wine and Gold are really coming together.
Brian Dulik from the Medina Gazette joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about what they've been doing as of late and how their long-distance shooting has propelled them to new heights.
"This team has that special feeling to it," Dulik said. "It's been so much fun to watch, and I'm excited even though we have a week in between games to see what happens next."
The Cavs have swept both the Detroit Pistons and the Atlanta Hawks and will await the winner of the Toronto Raptors and Miami Heat series.
Head Coach Tyronn Lue, who took the helm in the middle of the season has been pressing all the right buttons it seems during the playoffs. Brian says he's been impressed with how he's been able to make adjustments on the fly and get the players in the best position to make plays and win games.
"It's all Tyronn Lue's schemes, relying on his assistant coaches, and it's all about them playing great defense."