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Cleveland Cavaliers 50-win season is fourth with Mike Brown as coach; seventh overall

There are 90 comments on the The Plain Dealer story from Mar 12, 2010, titled Cleveland Cavaliers 50-win season is fourth with Mike Brown as coach; seventh overall. In it, The Plain Dealer reports that:

With 17 regular season games remaining, the Cleveland Cavaliers have already reached 50 victories for the seventh time in team history.

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“All for 1, 1 for all”

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#83 Apr 6, 2010
Quit talking to yourself, you sound ridiculous.
johnny

Bay Shore, NY

#84 Apr 6, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
Quit talking to yourself, you sound ridiculous.
trust me we are 2 different people. why can't u understand that. unbelievable. tiffany is right, u are a piece of work.

“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10

Brecksville

#85 Apr 7, 2010
How about the Celtics losing to the Knicks last night? I personally loved that bank shot. Yeah, with all this talk of bandwagons, I have to say I've been consistent my whole life. I've always been a Cavs, Indians, Buckeyes, and Browns fan. Sure I was a big fan of Marino too, but I was still always loyal to the Browns. All the people that jumped on the Cowboys bandwagon in the mid 90's were the most annoying people I've ever met. Or the people recently that jumped on the Patriot's bandwagon or the Steeler's bandwagon. Pick a team and stick with them, don't jump around.

I'm not accusing anyone of doing that, just for the record. I'm just commenting on it and how sad it is. Here's another area where there's no loyalty anymore. Fans can get angry and demand results from their teams, but way too many people want to walk away from a team because of a few bad years. Boycott the team and don't waste money on them, but don't stop supporting and cheering for them. The Indians are going to suck this year, but I'm still getting excited for them to start playing. I know we're not going to win the division this year and we'll suck, but the Clevelander in me still feels there's hope we might just squeeze into the playoffs. We won't get past the first round, but we might squeeze into the playoffs.
Water Boy

Fullerton, CA

#86 Apr 7, 2010
Concerned Clevelander wrote:
How about the Celtics losing to the Knicks last night? I personally loved that bank shot. Yeah, with all this talk of bandwagons, I have to say I've been consistent my whole life. I've always been a Cavs, Indians, Buckeyes, and Browns fan. Sure I was a big fan of Marino too, but I was still always loyal to the Browns. All the people that jumped on the Cowboys bandwagon in the mid 90's were the most annoying people I've ever met. Or the people recently that jumped on the Patriot's bandwagon or the Steeler's bandwagon. Pick a team and stick with them, don't jump around.
I'm not accusing anyone of doing that, just for the record. I'm just commenting on it and how sad it is. Here's another area where there's no loyalty anymore. Fans can get angry and demand results from their teams, but way too many people want to walk away from a team because of a few bad years. Boycott the team and don't waste money on them, but don't stop supporting and cheering for them. The Indians are going to suck this year, but I'm still getting excited for them to start playing. I know we're not going to win the division this year and we'll suck, but the Clevelander in me still feels there's hope we might just squeeze into the playoffs. We won't get past the first round, but we might squeeze into the playoffs.
Right, and let me give you an example:

http://www.topix.com/forum/nba/cleveland-cava...

Just one of many IDIOTS Flip Flopping from team to team...Daily...embarrassing.

“All for 1, 1 for all”

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#87 Apr 7, 2010
Concerned Clevelander wrote:
How about the Celtics losing to the Knicks last night? I personally loved that bank shot. Yeah, with all this talk of bandwagons, I have to say I've been consistent my whole life. I've always been a Cavs, Indians, Buckeyes, and Browns fan. Sure I was a big fan of Marino too, but I was still always loyal to the Browns. All the people that jumped on the Cowboys bandwagon in the mid 90's were the most annoying people I've ever met. Or the people recently that jumped on the Patriot's bandwagon or the Steeler's bandwagon. Pick a team and stick with them, don't jump around.
I'm not accusing anyone of doing that, just for the record. I'm just commenting on it and how sad it is. Here's another area where there's no loyalty anymore. Fans can get angry and demand results from their teams, but way too many people want to walk away from a team because of a few bad years. Boycott the team and don't waste money on them, but don't stop supporting and cheering for them. The Indians are going to suck this year, but I'm still getting excited for them to start playing. I know we're not going to win the division this year and we'll suck, but the Clevelander in me still feels there's hope we might just squeeze into the playoffs. We won't get past the first round, but we might squeeze into the playoffs.
I understand what you are saying about loyalty. I've been a Cavs fans since they started up at the Cleveland Arena. I am no bandwagon jumper.
I was a Browns fan when Jim Brown and Leroy Kelly played. I also was a George Blanda and Kenny Stabler fan and began following the Raiders for a long time.
I love watching Brady and Moss play and have been following the Pats for a few years now.

The point I'm trying to make is, people have different reasons for picking a favorite team. Your local high school and college players go on to the pros and if you are following them, and they end up somewhere else, you may stick with their team.

Then you have some people on Topix who just want to be associated with the winning team so they pick about 4 teams and see who gets the farthest. Remind you of anybody?

“All for 1, 1 for all”

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#88 Apr 7, 2010
Water Boy wrote:
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Right, and let me give you an example:
http://www.topix.com/forum/nba/cleveland-cava...
Just one of many IDIOTS Flip Flopping from team to team...Daily...embarrassing.
You must have been replying to Concerned Clevelander at the same time I was. lol

“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10

Brecksville

#89 Apr 7, 2010
Water Boy wrote:
<quoted text>
Right, and let me give you an example:
http://www.topix.com/forum/nba/cleveland-cava...
Just one of many IDIOTS Flip Flopping from team to team...Daily...embarrassing.
I followed your link and see what you mean. Excuse me while I go comment on that.

“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10

Brecksville

#90 Apr 7, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
<quoted text>
I understand what you are saying about loyalty. I've been a Cavs fans since they started up at the Cleveland Arena. I am no bandwagon jumper.
I was a Browns fan when Jim Brown and Leroy Kelly played. I also was a George Blanda and Kenny Stabler fan and began following the Raiders for a long time.
I love watching Brady and Moss play and have been following the Pats for a few years now.
The point I'm trying to make is, people have different reasons for picking a favorite team. Your local high school and college players go on to the pros and if you are following them, and they end up somewhere else, you may stick with their team.
Then you have some people on Topix who just want to be associated with the winning team so they pick about 4 teams and see who gets the farthest. Remind you of anybody?
I agree with your logic. There's nothing wrong with watching your favorite high school or college players to see how they do. I've watched Gonzo on the Colts because I saw him play back in high school. So I understand what you mean and I agree.

It is really sad when people pick 4 teams and follow whichever one goes the furthest. It's okay to be wrong, and it's okay for your team to lose. As Cleveland fans, we should know, right?
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#91 Apr 7, 2010
johnny wrote:
<quoted text>trust me we are 2 different people. why can't u understand that. unbelievable. tiffany is right, u are a piece of work.
Yeah i know,she a annoying old buzzard,she always follow me around,and she stay sweatin me.
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#92 Apr 7, 2010
Concerned Clevelander wrote:
How about the Celtics losing to the Knicks last night? I personally loved that bank shot. Yeah, with all this talk of bandwagons, I have to say I've been consistent my whole life. I've always been a Cavs, Indians, Buckeyes, and Browns fan. Sure I was a big fan of Marino too, but I was still always loyal to the Browns. All the people that jumped on the Cowboys bandwagon in the mid 90's were the most annoying people I've ever met. Or the people recently that jumped on the Patriot's bandwagon or the Steeler's bandwagon. Pick a team and stick with them, don't jump around.
I'm not accusing anyone of doing that, just for the record. I'm just commenting on it and how sad it is. Here's another area where there's no loyalty anymore. Fans can get angry and demand results from their teams, but way too many people want to walk away from a team because of a few bad years. Boycott the team and don't waste money on them, but don't stop supporting and cheering for them. The Indians are going to suck this year, but I'm still getting excited for them to start playing. I know we're not going to win the division this year and we'll suck, but the Clevelander in me still feels there's hope we might just squeeze into the playoffs. We won't get past the first round, but we might squeeze into the playoffs.
That was a good game,i was so into it.Earl Barron was impressive last night,maybe the knicks will sign him for next year.

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