VIDEO Cleveland Cavaliers Make Stop in Las Vegas to Celebrate NBA Finals Win

VIDEO Cleveland Cavaliers Make Stop in Las Vegas to Celebrate NBA Finals Win

The Cleveland Cavaliers went from clutch city to Sin City.

On Sunday night, the Cavaliers completed their unlikely rally from a 3-1 deficit and won their first NBA title in franchise history with a 93-89 win over the Golden State Warriors in Game 7.

To celebrate Cleveland’s first championship in 52 years they left Oracle Arena and headed to the XS Las Vegas nightclub, Larry O’Brien Trophy in hand.

The Cavs were paced by MVP LeBron James and his triple-double (27 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists) and Kyrie Irving (26 points).

“I came back for a reason,” James said after the game.

“To bring a championship to our city.”

Sunday night’s celebration was 46 years in the making, the first glimmer of hope in Cleveland in decades.

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