Tuesday, February 8, 2011

The Cleveland Cavaliers Sink To A New Level Of Suckage

Our condolences to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Monday night in Dallas the Cavs gave it a good effort against the Mavericks but eventually closed the deal losing 99-96 losing their 25th straight game, an NBA record. That broke the 24 game losing streak set by that's right, the 1981-82 and 1982-83 Cavaliers who did it in two seasons. So Scott Wedman, Ron Brewer, Bill Laimbeer (yes he was on that team.), Paul Mokeski, even Chuck Daly coach the 81-82 team for 41 games before he got the hell out of Cleveland. They are off the hook now. A new group of Cavs suck even worse.

"It's like Groundhog Day every day," Antwon Jamison said after the game.

This team is so bad it's lost 35 of 36.

The Detroit Pistons come to Cleveland Wednesday night. Goodness gracious could this losing streak reach 26 games.

Here's a quick highlight of the game. (Thanks Fox Sports Southwest/Youtube.com)



Here's a creative feature from Mark Schwab of WOIO-TV with a scientific approach to when will the Cavs win a game. (Thanks WOIO-TV Cleveland, OH)

2 comments:

http://www.ehow.com/members/stevemar2-articles.html said...

Congratulations to the Cleveland Cavaliers on making NBA history! The next step for them is to make history by having the longest losing streak in the four major professional sports leagues. They can do this by losing their next two games. Maybe we’ll get really lucky and see them lose the rest of their games this season. That would give them a record of 8-74, and they would set the NBA record for fewest wins in a season.

Jon Nelson said...

It's now them and the Tampa Bay Bucs for worst ever...
Not a good company to keep...