Cleveland Cavaliers Featured Columnist and syndicated NBA writer for Bleacher Report since 2010. 37-time Cavs' Writer of the Month award winner with articles linked to Cleveland.com and Cavs.com.

Wooster, Ohio born which means I have a love of all things country music, the outdoors and sports. 5-year veteran of Bleacher Report. University of Akron graduate. Mario Kart 64 is still the greatest video game ever made.

Former work and experiences:

Yahoo! Contributor Network
Hoops Habit NBA Columnist
Co-host for WZIP 88.1 FM's "Sports Power Talk" show
Cleveland Browns writer for Examiner.com
Sportswriter for "The Buchtelite", University of Akron newspaper

The twitter: https://twitter.com/CavsGregBR
Contact: gswartz26@gmail.com

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  • fatihin nurul posted 129 days ago

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  • Brian Buonanni posted 139 days ago

    Brian Buonanni

    Saw your recent article on Thomas/Irving deal. We want our players and picks back! We'll work it out. Gave you too much the first time!

  • Louie Maharani posted 760 days ago

    Louie Maharani

    HEY! Greg, please can you write about the Cavaliers offense and defense today. How they are winning against these teams? I feel they are being ignored, as they are obviously one of the better teams in the league. I'm starting to miss seeing Cavalier articles.

    I want to see how good the cavaliers are, and how they could/would/should look in the future since their top starting guards are still out. I'm a long-time fan btw, I just think they are not being talked about as much as of late, it's always about the Warriors recently, though this team is the best in the east without their starting guards... Please consider writing an article like this please! You're a good cavs article writer!

  • MarlonBrando'sHelper Monkey posted 947 days ago

    MarlonBrando'sHelper Monkey

    Cavs lose by 25 tonight and Continue to trend of classless and ring-less. The whole city of Cleveland is only marginally better than that of Detroit and Detroit is a ruin of a once great city. Im sure you're busy hand washing Lebron's nuts so there is no need to respond back to me.I did want to comment on Akron University offering online degrees which is a clear indication that its a prestigious school of higher learning. Right up there with ITT tech and the University of Phoenix

  • Glortch Jr posted 1079 days ago

    Glortch Jr

    Nice work Greg, can you do another one of those cavaliers schedule breakdown predicitons? I've been waiting for it since the start of the month, can't wait to see it for this february month!

  • Raffaele Baldini posted 1146 days ago

    Raffaele Baldini

    I'm really focused on who's the real Cavs coach. Does Blatt deserve more respect or we could skip this question and say that he already failed as a leader?

  • Adam Fromal posted 1163 days ago

    Adam Fromal

    Appreciate it, Greg. Was plenty of fun to get to interact with those guys, and I'm glad they're showing signs of turning it around.

  • phil para posted 1280 days ago

    phil para

    Hey there's a band I follow that has a song "miami" could have been written for King james and the Cleveland crazies, especially the Cleveland crazies. Some soulful white guy in an east coast band called Black Girls belts out in the refrain "miami is the last place you wanna be". Perfect. The new Cleveland theme song. go cavs. They gotta play it when the King hits the hardwood. Sorry i have no idea how to post it from spotify or i tunes

  • Akaash Patel posted 1390 days ago

    Akaash Patel

    Just read your piece on Dion's growth as a person and a player. Hell of an article. Here's hoping for a good end to the season and a better year next year.

  • Jake Udell posted 1432 days ago

    Jake Udell

    Greg I honestly like you way more than the jokes of sportswriters the PD has in MSB and JV, I get that they probably want more diversity in there sports reporters, but they just don't convey the excitement, and come up with good ideas for articles like they should if they want to be beat writers for a major city newspaper