For a while there yesterday, it felt like LeBron-to-Cleveland was a fait accompli—even the Cavs seemed to feel that way, reportedly thanks to Rich Paul pouring honey in their ears. But now it's being reported that if LeBron James is having second thoughts, it's because of Dan Gilbert's petulant Comic Sans letter of…
Dan Gilbert's tantrum of an open letter remained on the Cavs' website for one day shy of four years, conveniently being deleted just as the Cavs stepped up their free agency pursuit of LeBron James. A team spokesman explained to SB Nation's Mike Prada just how that went down:
Dan Gilbert said today that he doesn't regret the open letter he posted for Cavs fans in July. Wise of him. Any middle school girl will allow that it's ill-advised to back down from hate letters written in Comic Sans.
The Cavs owner has already racked up a $100,000 penalty for ripping LeBron James, and now, in the wake of Zydrunas Ilgauskas's departure for Miami, he appears to be gunning for a second fine.
Dear Cleveland, all of Northeast Ohio, Cleveland Cavaliers supporters wherever you may be tonight, and residents of Kaunas,…
In light of Dan Gilbert's laudable, laughable open letter to LeBron James, we proudly present an alternate history, in which Comic Sans is the font of choice (complete with needless scare quotes).