Schedule Of Championship Parade In Cleveland Has Been Released
The Cleveland Cavaliers are the 2016 NBA World Champions. If that still hasn’t sink in, that’s perfectly understandable. Furthermore, if that feeling remains lingering on Wednesday, then that still works.
Because according to a tweet by ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, the title parade for the league’s best team already has a schedule: Wednesday morning at an unknown time, but definitely in the morning.
First championship parade in 52 years in Cleveland is planned for Wednesday according to source
— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) June 20, 2016
While that major sports championship may have taken 52 years before finding its way to the city of Cleveland, the parade, apparently, had a longer wait.
By the way, Cleveland never had a parade for the 1964 Browns.
— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) June 20, 2016
Given that fact, that event is guaranteed to be a blast. Prepare yourselves for one big party, Cleveland. You deserve it.
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