Saturday, April 3, 2010

What does it mean?

I JUST FOUND AN INTERESTING headline: LeBron must Cav a title. I'm just wondering what it means.

It obviously has something to do with the fact that LeBron James wants to win an NBA title for his beloved Cleveland Cavaliers. And that's great. The problem is that the headline writer appears to be using Cav (short for Cavaliers) as a verb.

Maybe I'm just slow today, but what does it mean? Is he using Cav for have? If he is, it's not working with me.

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1 comment:

  1. I agree, but it's like a play on words, using "Cav" for Cavaliers instead of "have." That's what I think.