The staff at Cleveland Sports Talk wishes everyone a very merry Christmas! The holiday season means a lot of different things to us. Here are some wishes and memories that we wanted to share with you.


Zach Shafron “Merry Christmas, everyone! Thank you so much for all of your support this year! We all are so grateful here at CST. Enjoy the day with family and friends and most importantly…Go Browns!”

Shelley Harcar “Thank you, loyal readers, for sharing 2017 with CST. May you & yours enjoy a beautiful Christmas season and a brilliantly bright New Year. I know we had some harsh playoff losses and of course, the Browns are hard to watch these days. So, I thought I’d share some nostalgia (for those of you old enough to remember Christmas 1980 it’s nostalgia) That season and this song which it inspired made Christmas in Northeast Ohio really special. Here’s to good memories and hopes for a bright future.”–g

Max Gold.” I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and I’m hoping for a Browns victory on Sunday!”

Kyle Shuki “ I hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas this year. I also hope everyone gets to see their families in this special time as well. A favorite Christmas memory of mine has to be going to the Cavs vs Warriors game last year. It was the best NBA game I have ever gone to and was an amazing atmosphere.”

Alex Cala. “Gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly merry Christmas.” – Peg Bracken
“With this in mind, I hope everyone has a Christmas filled with plenty of gifts, eggnog, family time, and (hopefully) a Cavaliers victory!”

Jacob Carrick “Merry Christmas to everyone. I just wish to spend some quality time with my family and watch some Cleveland sports.”

Alex Kaufman. “Hope everyone has a good holiday and New Year. May 2018 be a positive and productive year for everyone!”

Dan Lukas. “I love Christmas it’s my favorite holiday spending time with family is great and watching Cavs-Warriors with my family these past few years has become a very fun tradition.”

Jake Harris “Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all the readers out there! We appreciate all your support. We will strive to bring you even better content as we head into the new year.
It’s going to take a serious Christmas miracle for the Browns to win a game!”

Rod Bluhm “Merry Christmas everyone! I hope everyone enjoys some time with their family and a chance to decompress upon hitting the finish line in what has become a stressful holiday race for many of us. Thanks for supporting CST and for all of the interaction on Twitter.”

Chad Painter “Christmas is a season when we can reflect on the truth that the world doesn’t revolve around us. A time when we recognize that putting others first is the best thing we can do in life. This idea plays out in community. In Cleveland, community is a sacred value and I love that.”

“On Christmas day in 2016, I remember Kyrie Irving donning one of those glorious wine and gold holiday jerseys in another juggernaut matchup with Golden State Warriors. Down 108-107 with less than 4 seconds left, Uncle Drew dropped a clutch turnaround jumper to seal the game-winner for the Good Guys 109-108.”

“Kyrie left our family and we have a right to be sour about that. But, even though he believes the world is flat and that Christmas is not a holiday, it is a time to reflect and be thankful for the victorious times that little weirdo brought to our community. Merry Christmas!”

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