Think Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert has calmed down a little in the hours since LeBron James announced he was leaving Cleveland to play ball with D-Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami?
Less than a day after labeling James' defection to South Beach a "shameful display of selfishness and betrayal," Gilbert, who also owns life-size sticker-maker Fatheads, had the price for a LeBron James Fathead reduced from $99.99 to $17.41 (you can visit fathead.com for visual proof).
Ready for a quick summer school lesson, boys and girls? No? Well listen up anyway...
1741 just so happens to be the birth-year of the one-and-only Benedict Arnold, immortalized in history books for selling out the American Army during the Revolutionary War.
UPDATE: Now Cleveland clothing-maker Fresh Brewed Tees has gotten into the act, creating a t-shirt that borrows heavily from Nike's long-running "Witness" commercials, and from Gilbert's accusation that LeBron "quit" on the city of Cleveland. Check it out (the tees are available on freshbrewedtees.com).