Posted by: Jeremy | October 30, 2010

Quote of the Week, courtesy of Reggie Evans

Reggie Evans will have none of your Omarion dance moves, thanks

“It’s better to do something like that for the fans then do sit up there and do all kinds of dance moves you just learned from Ciara or Destiny’s Child, B2K, Omarion, Justin Bieber, all of these dances they used to do. Nobody got all mad about that.” — Reggie Evans, from Eric Koreen’s National Post game recap.

So, it seems a few of the poor little Cavaliers were a bit hurt by the Raptors “running up the score” by adding a pizza bucket with the shot clock off last night. If you didn’t know, whenever Toronto scores 100 points at home, fans get a free slice, and after a few empty possessions in the final minutes that left it 99, a sloppy turnover by Cleveland set up a three-on-none break that the Raps converted with the shot clock off. No big deal, right? Well, apparently it is to those jilted Cavs. Watch out, Jamario Moon is going off for 50 next time we see these guys.

By the way, here’s a couple clips of the some former Cleveland player doing his B2k impression back when the team was slightly relevant: Stupid dance #1, stupid dance #2 and stupid dance #3.



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