First off, welcome Mr. Koiki to the ranks of NYT crossword puzzle creators! Always great to see and comment on a debut.
Color me young, but I'd never heard of OHIOPLAYERS before this puzzle, and after looking them up on Wikipedia, I am no more enlightened. Even after listening to two of their greatest hits, Funky Worm and Rollercoaster of Love, I am in the dark. All of which is to say that the revealer was not such an "aha!" moment for me.
But taken the other way, it's a clever way to tie the other four theme answers together in an unexpected way. The Bengals, Browns, Reds, and Indians are the major league representatives from the NHL and MLB in the state of Ohio. It's odd (but understandable) that the NHL team (the Columbus Blue Jackets - try fitting that into the beginning of a theme answer) and the NBA team (the Cleveland Cavaliers) were not included.
I made one error (again - the second time in three days). Today's came at the crossing of DSL and KILDARE. I recognize the latter now that I fixed it, although, like the revealer, it's not something I ever saw. But my issue came from putting "ISP" in at 42D, and correcting the first letter as I entered REDWHITEANDBLUE, but not the last. After all, "Kip Dare" seemed like a possible TV doctor's name.
Otherwise there's not much to complain about or to uphold as sparking. I like 6D: Genre for David and Amy Sedaris (SATIRE), both for the artform itself and the two practitioners. Perhaps the Electric SLIDE is a bonus revealer-related answer?