Cavaliers ban players from riding hoverboards at home arena

Sunday November 29th, 2015

The Cleveland Cavaliers don’t want J.R. Smith to have fun, apparently.

Remember Smith’s incredibly awesome hoverboard? Well, as long as he’s playing for the Cavaliers, he won’t be able to ride it to home games anymore. The team has banned the use of motorized scooters at Quicken Loans Arena, according to Chris Haynes of

That’s right, J.R. will now have to walk the hallways of his home arena instead of speed by looking like a boss.

No more of this:

Also, no more quick exits after NBA Finals losses.

So long, Phunkeeduck. We hardly knew ye.

- Kenny Ducey

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