Cavs being booed at homePosted by Inside Hoops
The Akron Beacon Journal (Brian Windhorst) reports: In a cheesy but often effective effort to incite fans to boo, the Cavaliers often will put the logos of the University of Michigan or the Pittsburgh Steelers on the Quicken Loans Arena scoreboard when the opposing team is shooting free throws. The fans who came Sunday didn’t need any instruction. They had no problem booing liberally. And not at the opposing team, either. The fans watched the Cavs take another whipping, this one a 105-96 battering at the hands of the Golden State Warriors. All the booing sent one message; some silence sent another. After the game, for the first time in his career, LeBron James did not address the media. He took his clothes out of the locker room, dressed in the training room and left through a back door.