Down 3-1 in the NBA Finals to the Golden State Warriors, the Cleveland Cavaliers have won their past two games to even the series up at 3-3 and force a deciding Game 7 this Sunday night in Oakland. Last night was the Cavaliers' final home game of the season, and they didn't upset as we saw another historic performance from LeBron James while Stephen Curry was ejected and threw his mouthpiece after throwing a child-like tantrum.
All local sports teams united to enjoy the Game 6 festivities, including members of the Cleveland Browns. First, here was head coach Hue Jackson heading to the game with good friend Mike Silver of the NFL Network. If you recall, Silver had all of the scoops regarding the Jackson sweepstakes this past offseason.
Why can't we be friends (tonight)? You know why... pic.twitter.com/4Up1WH3ScE— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) June 17, 2016
Once Jackson arrived to the game, he embraced Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona...
...before taking his seat with Browns owner Jimmy Haslam.
Browns CB Joe Haden was also at the game and was shown on the big scoreboard in the final minutes:
As for the Game 7 watch party, earlier in the week, it was believed that The Q would not be able to host it because of the RNC renovations commencing. At first, Progressive Field was rumored to be a host, and then they were ruled out. Yesterday, the Browns and FirstEnergy Stadium were working on an agreement, but then the RNC people and the Cavs came to an agreement to still host the watch party at The Q.
Let's Go Cavs!