Richfield Coliseum — The Palace on the Prairie




Love or hate Quicken Loans Arena as a place to watch a game, we can all at the very least agree that no one's in a rush to purchase any apparel with The Q's image on it. It's not old or beloved or very unique in any way. And most of us old enough to remember trotting out to Richfield to watch Cavs games probably will never harbor the same sort of love and nostalgia for the downtown arena that we do for the long-gone concrete structure that once stood in the middle of nowhere down in Richfield. The Coliseum was a pilgrimage — albeit an annoying one at times.

Anyway, I happened upon this shirt from C.L.E Clothing and thought it pretty dope.

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