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    Congrats to the LOYAL Cleveland Cavalier Fans:

    While I am sure your forum will become MUCH more active now, with hundreds of new PSD accounts claiming to be Cavs fans soon to be created, congrats to the loyal ones who saw their team go into the gutter after LeBron left and stuck with them and showed support.

    The HEAT fans (at least the classy ones) wish you guys the best of luck for your future, as it seems bright.

    Congrats on getting back your son.

    Best of luck and see you in the playoffs soon.

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    Congrats to the Cav fans, you guys got screwed in 2010. This is going to be a big year for you guys!

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    thanks yall

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    This is CLASSIC!

    I have had enough with all of this discrimination towards fans who
    gain interest, when interesting things happen.

    I used to be just like you, and the MANY others on this forum. Wasting
    energy, and time on "maintaining my fan dominance". Give me a break.
    You are here to tell me that people who gain interest in a team, and a sport,
    because something great happens is wrong?

    Get off your high horse. It's the nature of the sport, the league,
    THE WORLD for that matter. You don't see someone parading the streets
    when their team loses, but they should be according to you. This idea of
    "who is the better fan" is hilariously immature.

    Frankly it's a rock that doesn't skip, it's a completely passive way of
    being a sore loser.


    I LOVE ALL CAVS FANS! Come on out! The SUN is shining today. (litterally what a beautiful
    day in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio)

    We need all of you, and I personally appreciate your support that you give
    big, small, shallow, or diehard. It doesn't matter. Because any sports team in the
    world needs the casual fan just as much as any other fans classifications that may
    exist.

    Go Cavs

    Get out to the Tribe game!!!!

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    Congrats you guys! Heat fan since '04 here. I like to thank lebron for putting us in history as back to back champs! Goodluck to him and your team! Him going back somehow feels right. I'll spport your team in the playoffs because i want lebron to win more rings, other than my team.



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    Congrats the King back where he belongs.

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    Where are the Cavs fans? I expected this board to be flooded..... Would love to know how they feel about Lebron now? Loved his letter. I think he handled the pr alot better this time, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vangrumpy View Post
    Where are the Cavs fans? I expected this board to be flooded..... Would love to know how they feel about Lebron now? Loved his letter. I think he handled the pr alot better this time, lol.
    Everyone is probably either partying or sleeping. Or reconnecting with loved ones not seen for the past two weeks as we were glued to twitter and sportscenter, lol.
    "I don't want to talk to you no more, you empty-headed animal food trough wiper! I fart in your general direction! Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries! "

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    I would love to see video coverage of the reaction. I admit I was pretty shocked by how it happened....and his letter was pretty touching. Never thought he could mend fences like that. I'm not a Cavs fan, but I admit I soured on him after the decision.... mellowed over the years on that and was fine with him after it died down...

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    Like most Cavs fans, it wasn't so much that he left but how he left. To see him return, and in such a way, really means something.

    Sure, all of his motives for doing this aren't as emotional as put out there but they don't have to be.

    We get it. All that matters now is the hope we feel, the rest is water under the bridge.
    "I don't want to talk to you no more, you empty-headed animal food trough wiper! I fart in your general direction! Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries! "

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    I think it's a very emotional decision for him, more than a basketball move. The players on this team are very young...he has an easier road elsewhere. Getting booed and his jerseys burned by his hometown must have hurt his heart even if he publicly acted like it was no big deal. I bet that letter was something in his hard drive for a long time... it doesn't look like the type of letter you can draft in a few hours. I certainly wouldn't be able to write that in a few hours.....it takes a little soul searching.

    Question: Does Lebron have to win a championship here? Will Cleveland turn on him if he fails to take them to the championship?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLB2K10King View Post
    Congrats to the Cav fans, you guys got screwed in 2010. This is going to be a big year for you guys!
    How the hell were they screwed? HE DOES NOT BELONG TO THEM. If that's the case
    The New Jersey wants kyrie back. Stop talking like he's they're possession
    and with the 12th pick, The New York Football Giants select ......Odell Beckham Jr, Wide Reciever from Louisana State University

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadrach:28772335
    This is CLASSIC!

    I have had enough with all of this discrimination towards fans who
    gain interest, when interesting things happen.

    I used to be just like you, and the MANY others on this forum. Wasting
    energy, and time on "maintaining my fan dominance". Give me a break.
    You are here to tell me that people who gain interest in a team, and a sport,
    because something great happens is wrong?

    Get off your high horse. It's the nature of the sport, the league,
    THE WORLD for that matter. You don't see someone parading the streets
    when their team loses, but they should be according to you. This idea of
    "who is the better fan" is hilariously immature.

    Frankly it's a rock that doesn't skip, it's a completely passive way of
    being a sore loser.


    I LOVE ALL CAVS FANS! Come on out! The SUN is shining today. (litterally what a beautiful
    day in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio)

    We need all of you, and I personally appreciate your support that you give
    big, small, shallow, or diehard. It doesn't matter. Because any sports team in the
    world needs the casual fan just as much as any other fans classifications that may
    exist.

    Go Cavs

    Get out to the Tribe game!!!!
    I agree! Everyone's welcome here cheer for whoever you want.
    For not honoring a sig bet I now own YEDB90

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    Congratz to all the really fans you guys deserve it

    Phoenix Suns GM

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