A Couple Current Steelers Kickoff the NBA Season in Cleveland Watching the Cavs

The 2017-18 NBA season kicked off on Tuesday night, and in Cleveland a couple current Steelers took the first game for the Cleveland Cavaliers in, as three Steelers sat courtside while the Cavaliers led by superstar LeBron James took on the Boston Celtics.

On hand was former Cleveland Brown now Steelers CB Joe Haden, wide out Antonio Brown (whose been to Cavs games before) and running back Le’Veon Bell.

The threesome seemed well at ease taking in their off day as they will get back to work today for Sunday’s home showdown at 4:25 against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Here’s a pic of the three enjoying the action at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.

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3 Comments on "A Couple Current Steelers Kickoff the NBA Season in Cleveland Watching the Cavs"

  1. Just puttin this out there, yinzers….Steelers don’t typically win games they supposed to AND they almost NEVER, under Tomlin the past half decade, take advantage of division stranglehold’s and the like when the opportunities have presented themselves through the years. Whenever a simple win against an inferior opponent can catapult them to seriously advantageous situations and scenarios, they shit the bed. Let’s see if history is any indicator of repeated behavior!

  2. Are you ducking kidding me suck ass Steelers. Three third and one in a row and you can’t get one of them! EVERY FUCKING WEEK THERE SOMETHING NEW I SHAKE MY HEAD AT WITH THIS TEAM! Is pretty not Ben too FRAGILE to qb sneak JUST $&@!* ONE OF THOSE!??&!&!&

  3. Furthermore….love what bell is doing but we DO want him healthy in January right??? Why spend third round pick on Connors IF YOU ONLY GONNA GIVE HIM ONE OR TWO CARRIES A GAME!?!?! Bell needs some pacing too.

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