The verdict is in. Cleveland doesn't rock.
In fact, Cleveland sucks, according to Warriors guard Quinn Cook and Rockets guard Austin Rivers.
"My family is there, they're calling me all the time, it's muggy and it's cold," Cook told Warriors sideline reporter Kerith Burke and Rivers on The Uninterrupted Road Trippin' podcast.
Cook's first professional contract actually came with the Cavs. After he went undrafted out of Duke in 2015, Cleveland signed him to a contract in September of that year. A month later, they waived him.
Why does Rivers hate Cleveland?
"It's just always freezing there," Rivers said. "And if you're there a day in between, which teams don't even do anymore, like you guys are staying here [in Houston] right now so you guys don't have to go to OKC for two days. There's nothing to do. What do you do?"
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Cook may not like the city of Cleveland, but his greatest professional accomplishment occurred there last June when he won an NBA championship with the Warriors.
You can hear the rest of Rivers, Cook and Burke's conversation on Road Trippin' in the player below, and subscribe here.