les is more 2018

Is Cleveland still the team to beat in the American League Central Division after a disappointing offseason? Will Baker Mayfield be the quarterback to lead the Browns to the Super Bowl? Is there life after Urban Meyer for The Ohio State Buckeyes? Are there any signs of hope in a lost season for the Cavaliers?

These questions are likely to be touched on and discussed by a panel of Cleveland sports experts at the Cleveland Jewish News’ annual “Les is More,” featuring CJN Sports Columnist Les Levine as moderator at Buffalo Wild Wings Warrensville Heights, 26200 Harvard Road, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. on March 5. Tickets include breakfast, and a question-and-answer session will follow the panel discussion.

Returning panelists are: Andy Baskin, co-host of “Baskin & Phelps” on 92.3 The Fan; Adam “The Bull,” co-host of “Bull & Fox” on 92.3 The Fan;  Aaron Goldhammer, co-host of “The Really Big Show” on ESPN 850 WKNR; and Warrensville Heights Mayor Brad Sellers, a former Ohio State University standout and NBA player after being a first-round selection and ninth overall pick for the Chicago Bulls. He also played for the Seattle SuperSonics, Minnesota Timberwolves and Detroit Pistons, as well as other professional teams, including Maccabi Rishon LeZion in Israel.

“We are thrilled to bring back the ‘Les is More’ panel from 2018 for another year,” said Adam Mandell, vice president of sales at the CJN. “These guys say it like it is about the Browns, Cavs, Indians and Buckeyes. What a difference a year makes. It will be great fun to hear what they say about Baker Mayfield, new Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens, the Cavs’ rebuild and what to expect from the Indians in 2019.”

Tickets are $18, and reservations are required. To register, visit cjn.org/lesismore.

Presenting sponsor is Ganley Imports of Bedford; supporting sponsor is Elk & Elk; venue sponsor is Buffalo Wild Wings Warrensville Heights; support also comes from ESPN Cleveland and Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan.

Sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting Gina Lloyd at glloyd@cjn.org or 216-342-5196.

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