Celebs React to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers Winning the NBA Championship

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After a hard-fought seven-game series, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers bested Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors to win the NBA championship on Sunday night, bringing a pro sports title home to northern Ohio for the first time since 1964.

The contentious finals series sparked social media chatter with every game, but the Cavs’ victory brought Cleveland-born celebs out of the woodwork to celebrate their city ending its long-running championship drought.

“CHAMPIONS!!!! From CLEVELAND!!!” tweeted Price is Right host Drew Carey, who famously announced that “Cleveland Rocks” in the theme song of his self-titled sitcom. “#CAVS Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!”

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Carey’s fellow TV host and Forest City native Arsenio Hall celebrated the end of the city’s championship drought, tweeting simply, “The monkey's off. #Believeland.”

“Congrats @cavs!” tweeted Cleveland-born Parenthood star Monica Potter. “Way to pull through and grab the title! Ohio is beyond proud!!!! #cavs #champs #ohio #basketball.”

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The Odd Couple
star Yvette Nicole Brown also tweeted her congrats to James -- who was unanimously named the NBA Finals MVP after the victory -- and her hometown team.

“Way to go @KingJames,” Brown wrote. “As you said in your letter to our hometown "Nothing is given to you in Northeast OH. Everything is EARNED" #BelieveLand.” 

Saturday Night Live
star Vanessa Bayer shared her hopes for the Cavs earlier in the day, sharing a picture with the “two most important men in my life,” her father and James, with whom she co-starred in Amy Schumer’s Trainwreck.

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The championship even brought out one of Twitter’s most reclusive celebs, Jay Z, who tweeted congrats to both teams.

“Wow. One of the best finals ever,” wrote the rapper. “So proud of King James. Salute Warriors Happy Father's Day to all.”

Check out tweets from other stars below:

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