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Twitter Reactions From Cavs’ Historic Game 7 Victory

The Cleveland Cavaliers just did the unthinkable, overcoming a 3-1 series deficit to become the first team in NBA history to win the title despite being on the receiving end of that score. They also stopped a city’s 52-year championship drought and gave the franchise its first ever championship.

The odds could not have been any bigger than what they faced. Golden State was primed to complete their perfect season, but LeBron James channeled his dark side, the persona that the rest of the league prayed to remain asleep inside of him. But here they are at the top of the basketball world, and the rest have taken notice to their accomplishment for the ages.

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Here’s how some NBA personalities reacted on Twitter:

LeBron James’ former boss in Mickey Arison sends his greetings.

Chris Bosh appreciates his former teammate’s accomplishment and how big this means to the city of Cleveland.

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From one great to another, Magic Johnson chimes in on the LeBron James’ push.

There’s an extra sweetness when it comes from a former rival.

Someone got converted.

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Shawn Marion sends some love to his former running mates.

Cleveland and NFL legend Jim Brown knows what it feels like to win one for #TheLand.

A Cavs legend feels vindicated.

One time Cavs big Shaquille O’Neal shared a potential viral face.

Damian Lillard sends it short but strong.

This beast might just be a future thorn on the Cavs’ side.

You recall the “Cavs for Mavs” days?

A friend of LeBron James and a former Cavs shooter sends his props.

Kenneth Faried with a shout out to his boys.

A Canton native has an idea of how crazy it’s going to be when the parties start.

One of the best winners in recent memory pays respect to today’s champions.

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