Cavaliers bench is bringing WWE-style intros to the floor

Several members of the Cleveland Cavaliers bench have brought WWE-style intros to practice.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have turned things around before the All-Star break after a point in time when it looked like the wheels had fallen off the entire rebuilding process.

Part of that is thanks to a good culture led by veterans such as Larry Nance Jr. and JaVale McGee. The older players have helped set a tone and apparently also keep things lighthearted in practice with the younger guys. This was on display in practice recently when Dylan Windler and Damyean Dotson showed off their WWE intros before a shooting contest.

Cavaliers bench squad having some fun in practice

All of this video is courtesy of McGee’s Instagram as the veteran continue to provides fun content during what has been an up-and-down season for the team. This shows his amazing leadership after he just won a title with the Los Angeles Lakers.

The intros are spot on as the two players emerge from behind a rising door and they even include a chair in place of a turnbuckle. The rest of the team will be happy Windler didn’t go around the whole court and spit water in true Triple H fashion. As for Dotson, he nailed the Big Show entrance all the way down from the look to the pace.

The Cavaliers finish up the first half of the season Wednesday night against the Indiana Pacers. The team is still right in the hunt for a playoff spot and keeping things loose and fun at practice is a great way to lessen the pressure of the moment. All we need now is a a more energetic intro such as Edge’s or John Cena’s.

Source: FanSided

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