Cleveland Cavaliers Agree to Change Name to the LeBronland LeBrons

May 18th, 2010 by Joe Willett Leave a reply »
In an attempt to keep hometown hero LeBron James in his home town of Cleveland, the Cavaliers are in talks to make gigantic concessions in order to keep James in the city that he has lived in his entire life.

To do this, the Cavs have decided that it would be in their best interest to agree to change their team name if James were to stay with Cavs.  The new name was decided to the the LeBronland LeBrons.

Now many of you are thinking that, without Cleveland in the team name, this is a team that has no real identity with a certain area.  

Owner Dan Gilbert has already come up with a solution to that, and a deal is almost completed with mayor Frank G. Jackson to change the name of the city where said team is based from "Cleveland" to "LeBronland."

Gilbert said this of the changes, "Let's be honest, our city hasn't won a title in 46 years. We are f***ing desperate right now.  Really f***ing desperate."

You would think that the fans would be mad about these changes, but for the most part, they have accepted them with open arms.

One Cavs, er, LeBrons fan said of the proposed changes, "If we d ...

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