Cleveland Cavaliers Set NBA Record For Consecutive Losses

Cleveland sucks

Today’s date is February 8, 2011. The Cleveland Cavaliers have not won a game since December 18, 2010.

Fifty-two days ago was the last time the Cavs experienced a victory. The Christmas holidays, New Year’s and MLK Day have come and gone and Cleveland is still winless.

Last night, in Dallas, the Mavericks beat the Cavs 99-96. This loss cements Cleveland’s place in history as the team with the longest losing streak in NBA history, the streak now stands at 25.

The previous record was held by, guess who? That’s right, the 1982-83 Cleveland Cavaliers. That team lost 24 straight over the span of two seasons.

At 8-44, the Cavs have made 25 consecutive futile attempts at victory. Their next chance will come on Wednesday against the Pistons as the Cavs begin an 8-game home stand.

Has anybody heard from Dan Gilbert lately? I know. I shouldn’t kick a man when he’s down.

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