This little hilarious nugget was at the bottom of a story by the Beacon Journal's George Thomas the other day:
For the media, keeping coverage fresh has been a bit of a challenge with the layoff, so much so that even Ilgauskas noticed. A reporter asked him if he was tired of them.
''Are you guys tired of coming here?'' he asked jokingly. ''I've been reading the papers a lot and, man, they've been struggling to put stuff in there.''
As much as the fans are looking forward to the Cavs playing basketball again, I think those who get paid to write about it are just as happy.
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