CLEVELAND — He’s been here for less than two weeks but Browns new head coach Kevin Stefanski is already getting himself acclimated with Cleveland and the other teams that call the city home.
Stefanski attended the Cavaliers game at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Saturday night, watching them take on the Chicago Bulls.
The Cavs shared a photo of Stefanski enjoying the game with Browns Vice President of Communications Peter John-Baptiste and Cavs trainer Albert Padilla, who worked with Stefanski as a trainer for the Minnesota Vikings from 2013 to 2018.
During the game, Stefanski was shown on the Humongotron and fans in attendance gave the new coach plenty of cheers.
"I love the Cavs. I love hoops, coach Beilien, this is fun for me to get out here and watch these guys," Stefanski told FOX Sports Ohio during the game.
Officially hired on Jan. 13, Stefanksi became the 10th full-time head coach the Browns have had since 1999.
Stefanski chose a great game to attend. Saturday’s match-up had added value after Cavs small forward Cedi Osman and center Larry Nance Jr. teamed up to donate $400 for every 3-pointer made in the game to help victims of the deadly earthquake that hit Turkey Friday night.