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The Cleveland Cavaliers took a team field trip to Ohio Stadium to watch Week 13's monumental showdown between No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan. Late in the second quarter, the Buckeyes gave the reigning NBA champions something to cheer when Malik Hooker returned an interception to the house.
It was the game's first touchdown, and LeBron James and a shirt-wearing J.R. Smith led the sideline celebration, dancing like nobody was watching.
Though none of the Cavaliers attended Ohio State, they showed state pride during an off day. After watching a captivating Buckeyes win in double-overtime, they will return to work Sunday afternoon for a road game against the Philadelphia 76ers.