Cavaliers Honoring 'A Christmas Story' With Leg Lamp Bobble Night On Dec. 5

Well, don't let anybody tell you the Cavs aren't willing to give the people what they really want. On Dec. 5, the Cleveland Cavaliers are giving away -- you guessed it -- an "A Christmas Story" themed bobblehead, err, leg.

Via John Telich

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But honestly, why stop there? The Cavs must have considered some other "A Christmas Story" options, as well. Here are some other ideas that didn't make it past the cutting room floor:

  • Little Orphan Annie night, where every fan in attendance gets a decoder ring. Free Ovaltine to the fans who wear their Anderson Varejao wigs in honor of the curly-headed lass.
  • Red Rider B.B. Gun promotion. Actually, scratch that, someone'll shoot their eye out.
  • Higbee's Day -- where every fan with a ticket gets to ride down the slide at the Higbee's building, which is now the Horseshoe Casino. Because slides are more fun and less prone to preying on socioeconomic status than casinos anyway.
  • Dressing Luke Harangody up as Randy, Ralphie's younger brother, in the giant parka. This is as good a use for Gody during December as anything else.
Do you have any other great "A Christmas Story" suggestions for the Cavaliers? Should the team think about playing some of its holiday home games at the actual house on W. 11th St.?

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