Swag Alert: "Bronman and Mo" & "Lake Erie Monster" Tees

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From the man who brought you the Delonte tees comes these new Cavaliers designs. Glen Infante over at I Love the Hype (also of Real Cavs Fans and LeBron 2010) has two new offerings. First the "Bronman and Mo" — a play off of the constant "Where's the Robin to LeBron's Batman" talk that engulfed the Cavs before the arrival of Williams. Now, Mo's a fine player, an All-Star guard, but referring to him as Robin neglects the fact that he really didn't rise to that level or the fact that Shaq is much more in the mode of a Robin this year. Still, nice design.

Second, the Shaq "Lake Erie Monster" tee. Even though Shaq didn't decide on the moniker as his official Cavs nickname, the shirt rocks. The Monsters design has been one of our favorites for a long time, minor league or not, and Shaq's head, to be honest, is a lot more scary than the Monster from the original logo. I know Cleveland Frowns is with me on this one.

Either way, both shirts are now for sale over at I Love the Hype (along with Kid Cudi, Jay-Z, and the Delonte KFC options).

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