Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Cavaliers fan gets thrown out of arena after tweeting intent to rush court

A Cleveland Cavaliers fan received a life lesson on the power of social media during Tuesday's game against the Heat.

Apparently, a fan named Scotty (@_GodsSoldier_10) took to Twitter to share his intent of rushing the court, but only if his tweet received 1,000 retweets.

As fate would have it, Scotty's tweet did receive the necessary number of retweets, however he was stopped in his tracks when stadium security located him and kicked him out of the arena.

Nice try, kid.

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