The plight of long suffering Cleveland sports fans is entrenched into the fabric of American culture. Like fast food and representative democracy. It's a part of us all. Every sports fan knows and empathizes with what Cleveland sports fans have lived through. From The Fumble and The Drive to The Decision and whatever is left of the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland sports fans have suffered like none other for decades. That's not to mention losing the Browns for a brief period of time. And the fact that many Cleveland sports fans actually live in Cleveland.
The Browns won the last title for Cleveland's pro sports teams in 1964. The Indians last won in 1948. The Cavaliers have never won a title. Next year, 30 for 30 will showcase the journey of Cleveland sports fans for the 50th anniversary of the city's last championship with filmmaker and Akron native Kris Belman, who produced More Than A Game about LeBron James and his time at St. Vincent-St. Mary. Belman revealed the new 30 for 30 project last week on ESPN Radio in Cleveland. Here's more from the Cleveland Plain Dealer:no comments