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Dan Gilbert
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    (January 17, 1962- )
    Born in Detroit, Michigan
    Chairman and founder of Quicken Loans, Inc.
    Owner of Cleveland Cavaliers (2005-)
    He could be mistaken for a basketball player, a psychologist, and a Republican nominee for US President.
    His financial company initially was a brick and mortar lender.
    Minutes after his team's superstar LeBron James defected to the Miami Heat, he displayed a cry baby attitude by posting a letter condemning James for 'humiliating' Cleveland.
    Some critics say that he was acting like a seven-year old kid by posting the letter.
    He vowed that his team would win an NBA title before James would ever win one in Miami. (Good luck with that!)
    He helped Quicken Loans become one of the most successful financial brokers in the United States.
    He was named by Forbes magazine as one of the 400 wealthiest Americans (2006).
    During his ownership of the Cavaliers, the team had the league's best record for two years, saw James as NBA regular season MVP, and even had an NBA Finals appearances.
    At least the had the balls to call LeBron a 'coward.'
    By posting the letter, he exposed James as an egoistic, self-loving villain in sports.

Credit: Birdienest81

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