Disguised Matthew Dellavedova Works at Panera Just Days After Winning NBA Title

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJune 25, 2016


After winning a championship, most athletes will spend the ensuing week—or more—celebrating their team's outstanding accomplishment.

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Matthew Dellavedova, on the other hand, picked up a second job. Kind of.

According to Fox 8 Cleveland, Dellavedova spent Thursday—just four days after the Cavaliers won their first NBA title—working at a local Panera Bread. He was there to have dinner with a family that won "Dinner with Delly."

There was a plot twist to the Cleveland guard working behind the counter, however, because rather than Dellavedova serving customers, it was just some guy named "Hugh."

Of course, it's nearly impossible for any Cavaliers player to go out in public in the Cleveland area without being recognized. Winning a championship will do that, especially in what was a title-hungry city.

[Fox 8, h/t For The Win]

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