Dan Gilbert & Quicken Loans Arena
Daniel Dan Gilbert (born January 17, 1962) is the chairman and founder of Quicken Loans Inc., the majority owner of the National Basketball Association's Cleveland Cavaliers, the American Hockey League's Lake Erie Monsters, the Arena Football League's Cleveland Gladiators and the NBA Development League's Canton Charge. Quicken Loans Arena (formerly Gund Arena and commonly The Q), is a multi-purpose arena, in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, United States./5
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Still can't get over the fact that the GOP debate was at Quicken Loans Arena, who's Dan Gilbert was a leading underwriter of subprime mortg
LeBron James is not stupid. But leaving the Miami Heat is the King's dumbest decision. It's worse than "the Decision" in 2010, when he moved to the Magic City. He's giving up living in paradise, residing in a state with no income tax, and playing for the most stable, most competitive organization next to the San Antonio Spurs. By going back to Cleveland, LeBron is essentially bowing down to Dan Gilbert, the Cavaliers' owner, who doesn't value James as the league's greatest player other than using him to increase the value of the franchise and sell out Quicken Loans Arena. In fact, Gilbert is the worst NBA owner next to Donald Sterling. When LeBron left via free agency four years ago, Gilbert acted like a plantation owner angry that his top slave had been freed. Now Gilbert wants to pretend he never dissed LeBron. Shortly before re-signing the NBA's reigning king, the Cavaliers removed from their website the letter Gilbert wrote ripping LeBron's character and integrity. Though returning home might seem lik ...
That letter that LBJ wrote to the city of Cleveland was some of the most heartfelt, real, incredible piece of writing I have ever seen in the sports world. For the greatest athlete in a particular sport, also one of the greatest athletes in the world, period, to not make a big spectacle, to say how wrong he was for the way he left Cleveland, and clarifying that he was not wrong for leaving, but he did what he felt was right, and would do it again. For him and Dan Gilbert to be able to move on without any fan-fair, even reporters saying they didn't meet at all, is incredible, and shows a dedication to the city of Cleveland in that these two ego's can come together and bury the hatchet on their problems with one another. I remember spending 10 days in Akron/Cleveland area shortly around the time LeBron left, and I remember having a conversation with an older gentlemen who owned a little snack shop near Quicken Loans Arena in downtown Cleveland, and he told me LeBron just killed Cleveland... Financially and ...
- THIS Friday! Noon at the Q! 8:30 after party and Jam Session at The Tavern Company! Details below and at Sign up for the after-party at (first 50 Scouts in attendance get a free drink ticket, so become a Scout for free today!). Full details: On Friday at 11:45 am, on the floor of Quicken Loans Arena in the heart of the CLE, the Brain Gain Cleveland Project is joining forces with the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and with Brain Gain organizations all over Cleveland for a pep rally celebrating the greatest, little-engine-that-could home town on the planet Earth. We'll be joined by Mayor Frank Jackson, Senator Sherrod Brown, Cavs owner Dan Gilbert, Cleveland chef extraordinaire Doug Katz, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame CEO Greg Harris, Cleveland schools CEO Eric Gordon, Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald, Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson, Cleveland State University President Ronald Berkman, University Hospitals CEO Thomas F. Zenty III, Riverside Company CEO Stewart Kohl, Ohio Treasurer Josh Mand ...
Am I the only person that wants to see Dan Gilbert rename the Quicken Loans Arena to Gilbert Arena?
Awkward times for Dan Gilbert! I hear he's contemplating jumping off the Quicken Loans Arena
Dan Gilbert is on top of the Quicken Loans Arena with a strong breeze!!
Dan Gilbert is sitting on top of quicken loans arena drinking his life away lol
BREAKING NEWS : Dan Gilbert just jumped off the Quicken Loans Arena !
Dan Gilbert is in Quicken Loans Arena cussing himself out. "The Decision" is now REALITY!
Dan Gilbert just hung himself outside of Quicken Loans Arena
Dan Gilbert should slit his wrists in the luxury box of Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland while wearing a LeBron jersey
Dan Gilbert sitting in Quicken Loans Arena all alone right now
Wonder if Dan Gilbert has asked the NBA if he can host a Game 6 Watch Party at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.
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