Cleveland April 8th 1:00 PM

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    lebron is now 0-12 from 3-point range with less than 2 minutes to go in the game, and the score for both teams within 3 points of each other.

    there were quite a few cavs fans at the game - i counted 15 charter buses in the parking lot. pretty impressive - you can tell they are desperate to become a contending team because they were pretty spirited and had no problems bantering with pistons' fans (are walking at the entrance to sections and yelling GO CAVS really loudly). funny how you never see anyone with a jersey other than lebron's. it was mostly young people, but there was one lonesome old man with a nice cavs leather jacket, jersey, pants, hat, etc. who walked out after everyone had left. he's probably been a fan for life and, poor guy, hasn't gotten to see a championship. but he won't be seeing one this year either, so NEENER NEENER NEENER!!

    after the game the banter between pistons and cavs fans ensued in the parking lot. the one i remember is someone yelling "GO BACK TO CLEVELAND", and hearing a response of "YOU STILL HAVE FLIP!!"

    and yeah. everything else has pretty much been gone over. not too worried about the starters all playing the 2nd half since we had a lot of rest, we need to get our starters back in sync with each other, this was nationally televised with long timeouts (and a 16-minute halftime instead of 12), and this game was far more important than our game with the knicks.

    if sheed didn't get hurt last year, and if no one gets hurt this year, we should make quick work of the cavs.

    lebron was booed heavily during his first few touches. the crowd was pretty good, but also pretty quiet at times - especially during the 2nd quarter, and even late in the 4th when everyone was waiting for crunch time.
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    I'm surprised the Ira Newble jerseys don't fly off the shelf in Cleveland. :nerd2:
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    "NEENER, NEENER, NEENER"

    lol Pistons fans are as classy as they come.
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    oh yeah i forgot the best part. after the game there was an old man walking through the aisle to leave the section. no joke, he had one hand on his crotch and just squeezed his junk repeatedly, like he was trying to get juice to come out of an orange or something. completely random, completely blatant, and completely hilarious.
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    And with these comments, that closes this thread:movingon: :laugh:
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    Nice try Nero. Too many points
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    Old dude probably had 6 beers in him. You do the math.
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