The Browns, Indians, and Cavs have a few guys worthy of honorary spots.
The Milwaukee Bucks are your NBA Champions of the 2020-2021 season. The combo of Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton proved to be just good enough to secure the title, and as is customary, the Bucks took a post-championship parade through Milwaukee to soak in the celebration. Something the Cavs did in 2016, and something the Indians and Browns would do once they get their own titles in this century.
Yet, it wasn’t just active players who were a part of the Bucks championship win. Nope, they also had two former players join them in celebration. Those two men were Brandon Jennings and Michael Redd. Jennings had a short but memorable run with Milwaukee where he accidentally coined the 2021 battle cry of “Bucks in six”. This was during his tenure with the team many years earlier but was revived in 2021 as a tongue-in-cheek joke. Redd was a star in Milwaukee but he never really had much help around him. Eventually, a knee injury would end his career but he remained a popular former member of the franchise.
So it wasn’t that surprising seeing them be part of the parade.
The Cavs did something similar when they celebrated, having the Lake Erie Monsters (who were the first pro team to win a title in decades for Cleveland), and Stipe Miocic, then UFC heavyweight champion, join the parade.
Who would the honorary members be of the Browns, Indians, and Cavs be if they were to win a title in 2021-2022?