A truly iconic moment in sports was forever immortalized by the late Fred McLeod, who died on Monday. The 67-year-old was the voice of his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers since 2006, and one of his finest moments came when the Cleveland broke the city's 52-year championship drought.
McLeod was like every other Cavs fan witnessing history, but nobody could've put their sheer joy into words as well as he did. Cavaliers legend and color commentator Austin Carr patted McLeod on the shoulder as the latter buried his face in his hands, overcome with emotion.
"Good night, Oakland" will stand as a legendary moment in NBA and sports broadcasting history.