Really though, was there any other option for how Richard Jefferson was going to announce his re-signing? He HAD to do it on Snapchat, just had to. A snap video announcing he signed a 2 year deal with Lil Kev in the background and “I’m Coming Home” playing is the most Richard Jefferson thing ever.
Other people around the NBA might look and think that the signing of a 36 year old Richard Jefferson isn’t a big deal but us Cavs fans know how important he is to the team on and off of the court. Anytime you can get someone who started a game in the NBA Finals back for a few more years, it’s a no brainer. Plus now we get a full season of RJ and Channing Frye shenanigans on Snapchat too so that’ll be tons of fun.
Oh, and the Cavs also got Mike Dunleavy. And the Heat lost Dwyane Wade. And #HeatNation is burning jerseys. Pretty nice little Wednesday night in the NBA.
Here is a link to a 38 second video of me celebrating the Cavs win by jumping up and down and severely spraining my ankle. Worth it. In the process I threw over my kid’s playground.
Here is an ‘after’ picture of the damage to my foot. 6 weeks Boot/Crutches. Let me know if you post it.
Whoops! In our neverending quest to post the best reaction videos to the Cavs victory last Sunday, some videos stick out a little more than others. Take Bruce here, for example. Just celebrating his team’s first title, happy as can be, throwing some shit around, screaming his head off… then boom, his ankle turns the wrong way, he hears a pop, and now he’s in a walking boot and using crutches for the next six weeks. Sucks, I guess? I’m sure Bruce would gladly sprain his ankle every day for the rest of the year if it meant a title next season too. Walk it off, Bruce. Walk it off.
This reminds me of a question posed by the producer of TNT’s Shaqtin A Fool and I still stick by my answer:
@Shaqtin_A_Fool I'd give up 1 leg and 1 arm at the same time tbh… it'd have to be a few days after the championship though
1.3 million friends gathered in downtown Cleveland yesterday to celebrate the city’s first championship in 52 years. We had people scaling buildings, hanging and falling from buildings, people eating poop (allegedly), JR reenacting the Lion King, Kyrie doing the Running Man, and LeBron swearing up a storm.
Let’s look at the game tape
Maybe the best championship parade picture of all time?