Cavs Have a 2nd Mascot (that’s the big news right now, right?)

The Cavs have added “Sir. C.C.” to help out Moondog with in-game shinanigans.


Bringing history to life, the Cleveland Cavaliers are proud to announce that the newest member of the game entertainment family was deep inside The Q the entire time! It was during the Saturday, November 27th matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks that in-game host Ahmaad discovered a gallant swashbuckler who looked strangely familiar. Intrigued by his elaborate attire, Ahmaad brought the fan onto the court to feature during a

Sir C.C.

timeout. Donned head-to-toe in the original expression of Wine & Gold, an elegant plumed hat and wielding a recognizable sword, mascot Moondog quickly realized that this dashing gentleman was no regular fan dressed in Cavs garb; rather he was none other than Sir C.C. – the original Cavalier straight from the 1970s! As Q-Tube took the crowd back in time through a presentation of video archives showing footage of Sir C.C. making cameos throughout Cleveland and franchise history, fans quickly learned that he has been here all along!

I always thought it’d be cool to have a swash bucker dude as our mascot instead of someone in a big headed costume.  Remember the weird, spandexed up Warriors guy from the 90s/00s?.

Sadly, as much as it pains me, with the addition to this dude, its probably time to put up mascots pages (CC, Whammer, Moondog, etc…).  I’ll put that in the bucket of stuff I still need to do for the site (like announcers and boxscores).

I need an intern.

p.s. this debuts the “mascots” tag… ugh

p.p.s. I am little embarrassed to say that Moondog is actually pretty funny.



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