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DeShawn's Velvet Interview

Just to put some punctuation at the end of this Cavs-Wiz game, and hopefully attract a few more outraged Clevelanders, here's DeShawn Stevenson's third-quarter interview with Comcast SportsyNet's Chris Miller. DeShawn discusses his "bean-pie" suit (which Brendan Haywood called "stuntastic"), his consecutive games streak and his feelings about LeBron James.

And yeah, I asked Brendan to define "stuntastic."

"If you don't know what 'stuntastic' means...." he said. "It's a nice way to say 'flashy.' "

DeShawn came up to us a little while later.

"You picked that get-up out just for this game, didn't you?" Brendan asked DeShawn.

"You don't like it?" DeShawn replied.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 5, 2009; 2:44 PM ET
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if he worried more about winning, instead of Not seeing his face, His fruity suits, his Man crush LeBron, his being scared and asking to play off the bench against the bench, his soulja boy toy or his clubbin at nightclubs... he MIGHT get better and actually help his team WIN!


Posted by: dupa3 | January 5, 2009 3:32 PM | Report abuse

Not outraged Dan, just chuckling that your top moment of 2008 comes against the team that absolutely dominates your favorite team. Again, hilariously pathetic. Both you and The Wiz. Enjoy the basement

Posted by: popopo | January 6, 2009 12:53 AM | Report abuse

On behalf of all Cavs fans, we want the Wizards to finish the season strong and end up with either the number 7 or 8 seed (depending on whether we finish 1 or 2).

Much love,


Posted by: machine614 | January 6, 2009 5:22 PM | Report abuse

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