Morning Brew: Another Historic Cavs Loss, Golden Voice Guy Leaves Rehab, Tri-C Nixes Online Classes, and Jim Rokakis Honored

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I painted my whole body for Alonzo Gee? Im not very bright.
  • "I painted my whole body for Alonzo Gee? I'm not very bright."

Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you celebrate ping pong balls.

— The Cavs lost 103-101 to the Nets last night, extending their road losing streak to 21 games, which ties a team record, and their overall losing streak to 17. If they're going to suck, let's at least appreciate that they're sucking in historic fashion. (Cleveland.com)

— Golden Voice guy Ted Williams left rehab against doctors orders. Yes, we're still talking about Ted Williams. (NewsNet5)

— Tri-C nixed a plan to offer accounting classes online. Blame the faculty for making you put on pants to learn. (Cleveland.com)

— Jim Rokakis was honored by council for his many years of service. Not mentioned: his mustache, which deserves its own award. (WOIO)

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