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CLEVELAND, Ohio– For the first time in 52 years, Northeast Ohio is celebrating the Cleveland Cavaliers bringing home an NBA Title.

Nearly 30,000 people gathered downtown to cheer on the Cavs at watch parties both in and outside of the Q.

The Cavs beat the Warriors in game 7 Sunday night, 93-89. This is the first championship for Cleveland, since 1964 when the Cleveland Browns won.

Some of the celebrations in downtown Cleveland got out of control; two people were arrested when a police car was smashed up.

Shots were also reported fired at West Third Street and Superior, and one man was shot in the ankle. There are no suspects or arrests.

A fan was seen hanging onto a pole into downtown Cleveland.  Thankfully he was not seriously hurt.

Fan seen climbing a pole downtown following Cavs win Sunday night
A Fan seen climbing a pole downtown following Cavs win Sunday night

A window was broken at Flannery’s after fans were pushing on the window.

Flannery's damage
Damage at Flannery’s after Cavs win NBA Championship- Courtesy: FOX 8’s Jack Shea

By 3:30 a.m., Cleveland police said all roads were open and downtown was clearing out after all the crowds.

From Cleveland to LeBron’s hometown we have live team coverage of the massive celebration.

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