Originally written on Stepien Rules  |  Last updated 11/7/14
Big thanks to everybody who made it out to Two Bucks last night for the Terrell Brandon Appreciation night Tweet-Up. It was a fun time talking Cavs basketball with everybody despite the fact that the good guys fell to Kris Humphries and the Brooklyn Nets. Major props go out to @1BE4IGO who came in rocking a Terrell Brandon jersey.     The jersey was actually from his younger days too and he even wore a JJ Hickson jersey over it. That's two Cavs Zine covers represented in one outfit for those scoring at home. The artist behind all the Cavs Zine covers, @Cre8iveJuice, also gave away 5 bootleg copies of CavsZine3 that he went as far as autographing. The bootleg editions, obviously, increase the Cavs Zine's resale value on the black market. Not that anybody would want to sell this something that looks as awesome as this, of course.  Two Bucks North Olmsted was great all night, and raffled off tickets to Saturday night's Cavs game at Dallas. My girlfriend also won a gift card and I swear that wasn't rigged. I want to personally thank everyone who came out. As I discussed with Mr. Brenkus, @CavsWitness and others during the night, next year we will definitely be looking to throw a Cavs Zine release party. Last night might hopefully serve as a dry-run of sorts.  We may even have a picture that @LullOnSports drew of Tyrone Hill when he was twelve years old included in Cavs Zine 4 which would be incredible for obvious reasons.  Oh, and I also wanted to send some good vibes out to @JohnCesa who left the TweetUp late in the fourth quarter for a good reason. His wife was in labor.  Maybe the young Terrell Brandon Cesa (?) might make an appearance at next year's TweetUp. Thanks again for coming you guys, good times for sure.
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