Cavs fan eats horse poop at parade because … um, party? (vid)

An intrepid Cleveland Cavaliers fan in the right — or wrong — place at the right — or wrong — time on Wednesday captured a fellow reveler at the team’s NBA championship victory parade picking up pieces of horse dung and eating it … not once, but twice. Because, um, well, what else is a person to do to celebrate a city winning its first major sports championship in...
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Video: Kyrie Irving Is Partying On A Yacht With At Least 20 Bikini-Clad Women

Cleveland Cavaliers star point guard Kyrie Irving is still in party mode after winning his first NBA title – that’s for sure. Friday, a video emerged of the former Duke star enjoying his time on a yacht in Miami with what seems like at least 20 bikini-clad women and a DJ. It seems like all are enjoying both the weather and music. For the record, it doesn’t look like LeBron...
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JR Smith signed pipe for a fan

No one has had more fun than J.R. Smith since the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA title. In fact, Smith has been in such a good mood that he’s out here signing pipes for fans. On Thursday, a Cavs fan shared a photo on Twitter showing that he got Smith to sign a piece of plastic pipe. Just got @TheRealJRSmith to sign the pipe — Grant Packo (@Grant_Packo...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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LeBron: ‘It took a kid from Akron’ to deliver title to Cleveland

LeBron James was left hoarse from his passionate speech in front of an estimated 1.3 million Cavaliers fans on Wednesday in downtown Cleveland at the team's victory parade. But that didn’t stop his words from resonating with his fans during a celebration Thursday in his hometown of Akron. 24,000 fans packed inside and around an Akron outdoor concert venue celebrated their native...
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Championship ring: President calls Cavs coach after title

CLEVELAND (AP) Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue got a unique championship ring - from the White House. President Obama called Lue to congratulate Lue on winning the NBA title and invited him and the Cavs to visit him in Washington before he leaves office. Lue spent nearly four minutes talking hoops with Obama, who said he had already emailed superstar LeBron James to offer his wishes...
Via Associated Press
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Cavs make draft deal to acquire second rounder

CLEVELAND (AP) Still in party mode after winning the NBA championship, the Cavaliers spent most of Thursday watching the draft before acquiring the rights to point guard Kay Felder from Atlanta in the second round.Cleveland sent cash considerations to the Hawks for Felder, selected with the No. 54 overall pick.Just 5-foot-9, Felder put up some big numbers for Oakland, averaging 24...
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Cavaliers acquire rights to point guard Kay Felder in draft

CLEVELAND (AP) Still in party mode after winning the NBA championship, the Cavaliers spent most of Thursday watching the draft before acquiring the rights to point guard Kay Felder from Atlanta in the second round. Cleveland sent cash considerations to the Hawks for Felder, selected with the No. 54 overall pick. Just 5-foot-9, Felder put up some big numbers for Oakland, averaging...
Via Associated Press
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Cavaliers Select Kay Felder with 54th Pick

The Cleveland Cavaliers have drafted Kay Felder of Oakland after buying the 54th pick from the Atlanta Hawks. The Cleveland Cavaliers didn't have a draft pick heading into the 2016 NBA Draft. That didn't stop the Cavs from being active, however, and they went searching for a 2nd round pick, eventually agreeing to buy the 54th pick from the Atlanta Hawks, and drafting Kay Felder,...
Via Fear The Sword
15 hours ago

President Obama tells Tyronn Lue to have J.R. Smith put a shirt on

J.R. Smith’s shirtlessness has been a big topic on conversation recently, and it’s gotten so big that Barack Obama, the most powerful man on the planet, is now taking notice. President Obama called Cleveland Cavaliers’ head coach Tyronn Lue to congratulate him on coaching his team to victory and ending Cleveland’s title drought, but he added a message for the team’s colorful...
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You can buy a T-shirt that looks like a shirtless J.R. Smith

The second biggest story in the NBA as of late, outside of the Cleveland Cavaliers bringing a championship to their (formerly) desperate city, has been J.R. Smith, and not because of his play on the floor, but rather what’s been going on off of it. Smith has been shirtless since the Cavaliers won the championship. He came off of the plane without a shirt when they returned from...
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Make America lit again: J.R. Smith for president

As President Barack Obama’s tenure comes to an end as the leader of the free world, a new presidential candidate has emerged to rival Bernie Sanders, Hilary Clinton and the impetuous Donald Trump. The nominee is the much-maligned J.R. Smith. Smith’s mission to “Make America Lit Again” has been on full display since the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Golden State Warriors...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
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LeBron James hosting free celebratory event in Akron

Winning a championship in Cleveland with the Cavaliers meant everything to LeBron James, who grew up in nearby Akron, Ohio. Therefore it is with much anticipation and joy that James prepares to celebrate with his hometown fans in Akron, just one day after he and his Cavs teammates were lauded by an estimated 1.3 million people in downtown Cleveland Wednesday. James and his charity...
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PHOTOS: See Cavs fans celebrating during championship parade

The Cleveland Cavaliers and their fans celebrated the city’s first major title in 52 years, and things got a bit crazy on Wednesday. The celebration started at 11 a.m. ET when the parade officially kicked off, and man, it was lit. Check out some of the photos and videos from the big day. Look at the fans doing their best Spider Man impression, scaling buildings and such. There...
Via The Sports Daily
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Did Richard Jefferson really unretire during Cavs’ victory parade?

Richard Jefferson has had one heck of a career, spanning some 15 years in the NBA. But, he had yet to win the one thing everyone that plays in The Association wants to win: an NBA championship. That ended with the Cleveland Cavaliers winning Game 7 of the NBA Finals, and Jefferson had a hand in bringing the city of Cleveland its long-awaited first championship in 52 years. Following...
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Cavaliers fans take over Cleveland for parade

For the first time in over five decades, the city of Cleveland is having a parade to celebrate a professional sports championship. The Cleveland Cavaliers won its first NBA title after overcoming a 3-1 series deficit in the NBA Finals to defeat the Golden State Warriors. For a few hours on Wednesday, the city shut down as Cavaliers fans from far and wide showed up to be a part of...
Via Campus Sports Net
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Matthew Dellavedova hosts Cavaliers teammates for some beer pong

Cleveland Cavaliers players Matthew Dellavedova, Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye haven’t stopped celebrating winning the NBA championship. On Tuesday, Dellavedova had some teammates over to play beer pong, and the guys had a good time making fun of Dellavedova’s coffee blend, Frye’s medium dark roast skin color and his beer pong stance. Beer pong at Delly’s!!  (via...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

1.3 Million Clevelanders Pack the Streets for Cavaliers Championship Parade

Welcome to Cleveland. — Dave McMenamin (@mcten) June 22, 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers fans swarmed downtown on Wednesday to celebrate the city's first major sports championship in 52 years. The city of Cleveland expected 800,000 people to come see the parade, but the historic event—probably the city's most historic event ever—had an estimated 1...
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LeBron Can Leave Cleveland Now

This article was originally published on Pick and Popovich on June 20, 2016. There are going to be a lot of stories about LeBron James bringing Cleveland the championship he so often promised, about what a local hero he is to a city that hadn’t won much of anything for five decades, about how his legacy as a Cavalier is officially cemented and how no one will ever be able to question...
Via The Sports Post
3 days ago  |  Discuss

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