Yesterday around 6:45pm Cavs owner, Dan Gilbert, tweeted out a picture and a question and got absolutely shredded (as was deserved). @cavsdan presented the wine and gold faithful and twitter followers alike with 3 absolute fashion atrocities, posing the question, which was their personal favorite? These top 10 answers were absolutely priceless.
— Dan Gilbert (@cavsdan) October 21, 2015
The Top 10:
delete your account @cavsdan
— Jesse Berney (@jesseberney) October 21, 2015
Here, Jesse is imploring Dan Gilbert to give up on twitter and possibly even social media as a whole after that catastrophe of a uniform offering.
— TK (@Tyler_Kersey) October 21, 2015
— Paul Henning (@brewcitypaul) October 21, 2015
Waaay out man…
— niko (@nikochanr3) October 21, 2015
That just cannot be a serious compliment. If Urkel went to a Cavs game and wore that jersey, the studio audience would laugh hysterically on sight.
— A-TrainKickz (@ATrainKickz) October 21, 2015
Just take the L Dan… take it from upset Drake too.
— pipistrello (@SeanCochran) October 21, 2015
They’re all particularly unsettling and could be worn by rodeo clowns.
— Trev (@oTREV0R) October 21, 2015
@oTREV0R letting Dan know bluntly that he doesn’t understand this piss poor game time attire.
— stefan (@boring_as_heck) October 21, 2015
And I’m sorry but the Canucks have done some shit to uniforms, that should never be done to uniforms.
@sbergida cant see, i blocked gilbert
— Freddy K. (@MichWolverine13) October 21, 2015
Dan Gilbert sure has a knack for annoying people, and it looks like he got to Freddy long before this occasion.
— Logan Trent (@TheLoganTrent) October 22, 2015
Unfortunately, it appears it was a hoax and Danny was just trolling Cavs Nation (as if they haven’t already been tortured enough). And T-Shirt jerseys are very bad.
Much of Cavs Nation is in favor of bringing back the Shawn Kemp-era 1990’s blue/black jerseys, as am I. However, I always have and always will support the Austin Carr ’70’s throwbacks anytime they are donned.