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From LeBron to the beer guy, everyone’s getting an NBA title ring in Cleveland

Imagine this scene, but with NBA title rings: Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert is so thrilled with his team’s NBA title that he’s handing out championship rings to pretty much anyone with at least a passing tie to the organization — including more than 1,000 full- and part-time employees of the team and Quicken Loans Arena, […]
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