This time the list comes from Forbes and Cleveland comes in at the eighth spot, just ahead of Minneapolis-St. Paul and just behind Denver, who I suppose should have been behind Cleveland simply thanks to Elway.
Look at it this way, if LeBron and company come through this year, we can look forward to many more "Most Miserable Sports City" lists in the future that will no longer feature our fair Forest City.
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