Cavs Blog Squad

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Cavalier Fans – do you want the inside scoop on all things Wine and Gold? Then how about a visit from the Blog Squad – a power-packed lineup of Cavalier insiders whose mission is to keep you informed on the daily goings-on of your favorite team. From the people who cover Cavaliers news to those who make it, the Blog Squad is on the scene. You have the right to remain informed.

Joe Gabriele
Joe Gabriele
Joe Gabriele started as the Beat Writer for the Cleveland Cavaliers' official website, "cavs.com", in August 2003. Gabriele is responsible for the site's overall content including game recaps, feature articles, Cavaliers Daily and acts as editorial consultant for "The Optimist." Before joining the Cavaliers in 2003, Gabriele served as both newsdesk and team sites editor for the NBA in New York and New Jersey. Prior to working for the NBA, he was a managing editor at Professional Sports Publishing, also in New York. He has written for local and national publications such as HOOP Magazine and the Downtown Tab. Read Joe's Blog


Fred McLeod
Fred McLeod
Fred McLeod is in his 27th season of NBA play-by-play and his fifth as the Cavaliers television play-by-play voice, having served in the same capacity for the Cavs during the 1979-80 season. McLeod also spent 22 season as the television voice of the Detroit Pistons. A local television anchoring veteran, McLeod first returned home to Cleveland to spend four years at WJW, where he also took on play-by-play duties with the Indians. In Detroit, McLeod hosted the locally acclaimed “Sports Final Edition,” a half-hour weekly sports wrap show on WDIV in Detroit. Read Fred's Blog


Austin Carr
Austin Carr
Austin Carr is in his 12th season as a TV color analyst for Cavs Basketball, joining play-by-play announcer Fred McLeod to provide insight and critical analysis during all Cavaliers games. Carr played the first nine of 10 seasons in the NBA with Cleveland before stints with Washington and Dallas. He ranks as the Cavaliers’ All-Time leader in field goals made (4,272) and field goals attempted (9,480). Carr is second on the Cavaliers’ All-Time list in scoring (10,265), fourth in games played (635) and fourth in minutes played (19,003). Read Austin's Blog