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CLEVELAND - A few of the Cleveland Cavaliers showed a little love for their fans this Valentine's Day.
On Tuesday, Cavs center Samardo Samuels and forward Alonzo Gee surprised three women, whose husbands are currently deployed for the military. The players gave each of the wives a dozen roses, a gift card to Outback Steakhouse and four tickets to the Cavs upcoming game against the Bulls on March 2.
The team also made a video of their version of The Temptations' song "My Girl."
Tristan Thompson, Kyrie Irving, Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga show off a few dance movies while singing "My Fans." As for Boobie Gibson's vocal performance, he should probably leave the singing to his wife, Keyshia Cole. Cavs head coach Byron Scott also joins in on the fun.
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