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Last night was big in the City of Cleveland with the opening of the State’s first casino, The Horseshoe Casino driven by Cavaliers’ owner, Dan Gilbert. Gilbert has a history of involving other local athletes in big events. Browns players are routinely seen court side at Cavs games and several Browns players even attended last [...]
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A Twitter follower without a date to prom asked Joe Haden if he'd like to take her, and much to her surprise, he replied back that he'd love to.
When people dish out date requests to athletes such as Ricky Rubio or Tim Tebow over the Internet, they often turn up fruitless. But that wasn’t the case when Ohio teen Joyce Grendel — through Twitter, no less — managed to get Browns cornerback Joe Haden to take her to her senior prom on Friday.
When Haden pulled up in his white Lamborghini, Grendel, 18, started freaking...
Cleveland Browns DB Joe Haden saved the prom dreams of an Ohio girl after her date bailed on her at the last minute. Joyce Grendel asked Haden if he would attend her high school prom with her, a bold step taken via Twitter after her original date backed out in the days before the event. To [...]
INDEPENDENCE, OH- Joe Haden showed Independence High School prom-goers he knows more than just how to intercept passes and lay out receivers as a starting cornerback for the Cleveland Browns.
He showed them he also knows how to Dougie.
Mostly, he showed them he had a big and caring heart, as Haden celebrated prom with Joyce Grendal -- an Independence senior who invited Haden via...
The NBA has made over their competition committee and Cleveland Cavaliers majority owner Dan Gilbert has been given a spot. Formerly comprised of the league’s 30 general managers, the competition committee has been redesigned to a new and improved version, featuring two owners, four general managers, three head coaches and one player association representative. Gilbert will be...
Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert wants to bring the NBA All-Star game back to Cleveland.
Gilbert, who opened his new downtown casino Monday, said he plans to approach the league about hosting a future All-Star weekend. He hopes Cleveland would be able to get one ''in the next few years.'' The city last hosted the mid-season event in 1997, when the league celebrated its...
Dan Gilbert’s Cleveland casino opened last night to incredibly fawning reviews in the local press and from some people with Twitter accounts.
“Not even two hours after it opened, the Horseshoe Casino paid out its first $50,000 jackpot,” NewsChannel5′s Jen Steer reports.
A casino that will spend millions annually to market itself and will take in tens of millions in annual...
Having not hosted All-Star festivities since the opening of the Gateway District in Cleveland, Dan Gilbert and the Cavaliers are hoping to build off of the momentum from the recent opening of the Horseshoe Casino and be a destination for the NBA’s best at some point in the near future.
”That is something definitely that we are interested in,” Gilbert said on Tuesday afternoon...
In case you couldn’t tune in or live outside of the area, TD and I had a chance to talk sports with Les Levine yesterday. Les is the best in the business and honestly just as nice a guy as you could ever meet. We talked about the Indians, the new Horseshoe casino, Dan Gilbert, MLB collective bargaining and all sorts of other topics. The hour flew by.
Rivers joins a panel that includes owners Dan Gilbert (Cleveland Cavaliers) and Joe Lacob (Golden State); general managers Bryan Colangelo (Toronto Raptors), Mitch Kupchak (L.A. Lakers), Kevin O’Connor (Utah Jazz), and Sam Presti (Oklahoma City); and coaches Rick Carlisle (Dallas Mavericks) and Lionel Hollins (Memphis Grizzlies). The NBPA will also designate one of its members...