Bill Livingston: The Cavs title was the greatest thrill of my career

But he admitted the Browns winning a Super Bowl would be bigger

Baskin & Phelps
June 26, 2018 - 1:01 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James, son LeBron James Jr. and wife Savannah James, celebrate during the NBA championship parade in downtown Cleveland

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Bill Livingston joined Andy and Les to discuss his retirement and the state of sports journalism.

He discussed his plan for the final 2 weeks of columns in the Plain Dealer and what his retirement will be like.

Bill dove into how things have changed since he started working in Cleveland and the biggest thrills of his career.

He thinks LeBron is the greatest player of all-time and explained why. He also talked about the most difficult columns he ever had to write, mentioning specifically what he wrote about Earnest Byner, Jim Thome and the NFL Anthem issue.

He also discussed Jim Tressel's legacy and how he'll be spending his time in retirement.