Pacers Crush Cavs; Cleveland Wins First Championship in 50 Years

What an absolutely miserable game to sit and watch. It started ugly. It finished ugly. And the score was certainly not indicative of the game itself. There is absolutely no way that the Cavaliers were just 11 points worst than the Pacers on Tuesday night. They just weren’t.

They played like they deserved to get beat by about 30 points. And the only reason they didn’t is because the Cavaliers reserves outscored the Pacers reserves by 16 in the fourth quarter.

I’ve made it a point to try to stay positive this season. But, to be frank, there is absolutely nothing positive to take away from Indian’s stoot-slapping of our Wine & Gold warriors.

Daniel Gibson and Ramon Sessions led the team with 15 points apiece. Antawn Jamison came up with a solid 12 point performance on the offensive end. But, unfortunately, neither of those three did a whole lot defensively. In fact, nobody on the team did a whole lot defensively. Not when Indiana’s starters were in the game anyway.

That’s all I’m going to say about the game. It was horrible; it really was.

Instead, let’s turn our focus to the greatness of the city of Cleveland. I’d like everyone to know that, just as Dan Gilbert promised, the city of Cleveland got their championship before LeBron James and the Miami Heat. On WWE’s Monday Night Raw, Mike “the Miz” Mizanin took down Randy Orton, the WWE’s apex predator, for the World Championship.

Why am I telling you this?

Well, The Miz is proud to be from Cleveland, Ohio. And he is now the proud owner of the WWE Championship. That a reason for Cleveland to believe if I’ve ever heard one.

Congratulations Miz. All together, Cleveland!

Tags: Antawn Jamison Cavaliers Cleveland Daniel Gibson Mike Mizanin Ohio Ramon Sessions The Miz

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