Would You Look at That, Now CLEVELAND Is on the Verge of Blowing a 3-1 Series Lead (Tweets)
Back in June the Golden State Warriors blew a 3-1 series lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. But you probably know that already, because nobody in Cleveland has shut up about it since.
It’s almost like they forgot THEY’RE CLEVELAND.
Well, guess what? The Indians took a 3-1 lead over the Cubs in the World Series. But on Sunday the Cubs won Game 5, and on Tuesday they won Game 6. So now it’s all tied up with Game 7 tonight at 8pm ET.
And Twitter? Oh no, Twitter is not about to let Cleveland forgot about all the 3-1 jokes.
Take a look:
Cleveland fans after making 3-1 jokes the last few months… pic.twitter.com/7T0WTSV4iw
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 2, 2016
“What if I told you you can comeback from down 3-1 and also lose a series up 3-1 in the same year” ESPN 30 for 30 presents 3-1:Cleveland
— Dano (@TheGoodfella_) November 2, 2016
— Taylor Owens (@Taylorjowens23) November 2, 2016
Warriors are about to start the season with a 3-1 record while Cleveland is in the process of blowing a 3-1 lead pic.twitter.com/m24AfUkk3m
— Warriors by 35 (@jkg1225) November 2, 2016
Also: Cleveland fans probably feeling some real bad karma dread for months of jokes about the Warriors blowing a 3-1 lead.
— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_AJC) November 2, 2016
— NBA RETWEET (@RTNBA) November 2, 2016
So if Cleveland blows a 3-1 lead, the internet will explode
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) November 2, 2016
If Cleveland both wins and loses 3-1 series in the same year it’ll confirm the existence of some exotic particle theorized by physicists.
— jelani cobb (@jelani9) November 2, 2016
— Twitter Sports (@TwitterSports) November 2, 2016
Cleveland could blow a 3-1 lead in the World Series. Any thoughts Warriors fans? pic.twitter.com/IDLvcIKw4U
— CSN Warriors News (@CSNWarriors) November 2, 2016
someone get the CLEVELAND BLEW A 3-1 LEAD into the meme machine
— joe mande (@JoeMande) November 2, 2016
If you listen closely, you can hear the city of Cleveland deleting all their 3-1 tweets from the last five months.
— David Lesky (@DBLesky) November 2, 2016