Words can’t describe the emotion going throug the hearts of every Cleveland sprots fan right now.Cavs players, coaches, and front office personnel tried to put their feelings into words and here are some of the best quotes of the historic night that will never be forgotten by Cleveland.#10. Kevin Love“You talk about vindication, this is the main reason that I came here and wanted to come here because I knew we’d have a great shot to win a title. Last year I felt like it was taken away from me, especially with the injury. This year got to have my first real playoff run, and it ended the way I wanted it to and we all wanted it to.”#9. Tristan Thompson“I couldn’t imagine it at all. Just reading the letter that LeBron wrote and just what he brought back to the city and just helped us as young guys not being on a team that was a Playoff team elevated my game so much and other guys’. I could never imagine it was going to be this sweet. But it’s a great feeling. It’s a great feeling.”#8. Tyronn Lue“After the game, it was just — I never cry. I’ve always been tough and never cried. Just after the game — my brother is here, Greg, just said: I’ve never seen you cry before. Just a lot of emotions just built up. My grandfather couldn’t be here. He passed away, and all the haters and all the doubters. It just all built up at one time. Then finally hearing that last horn go off, it was just unbelievable. It didn’t feel right. It didn’t feel right.”#7. Kyrie Irving“I’m very thankful that I have a guy like that that’s leading our team that I can continue to learn from. And when my time does come of being able to lead a franchise and see the landscape of how it’s supposed to be composed, I watched Beethoven tonight right now of LeBron James compose a game. He had a freakin’ triple-double in Game 7 of an NBA Finals game. There will still be naysayers, but I know it doesn’t matter to him. It doesn’t matter to me. All that matters is we’re champions and our whole team is etched in history.”#6. Richard Jefferson“I am retiring. I am retiring.” Later on in the night, “My teammates keep trying to talk me out of it, and I’m like guys, this has been the most stressful month of my life. I was like, ‘I don’t know.’”Even later in the night, “Maybe. If you ask me now, yes. But we’ll see.”#5. Dan Gilbert“Thank God that God loves Cleveland, Ohio.”#4. J.R. Smith“My parents, my family, that’s the biggest inspiration in my life. I’ve been in a lot of dark spots in my life, and if it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t be able to get out of it. But they are who they are. They fought with me. They yelled at me, they screamed at me, they loved me, they hugged me, they cried with me, and they always stuck by my side no matter right or wrong.I know a lot of people don’t have their parents in their life, their mother, their father, but I’ve got the best two you could ask for, I swear. There’s six of us, and they didn’t treat any of us different. They loved us the same. They treated us all the same, and I just wanted to be like them when I grow up.I mean, my dad is easily one of my biggest inspirations to play this game. To hear people talk bad about me, it hurts me because I know it hurts him, and that’s not who I am. And I know he raised me better, and I know I want to do better. Just everything I do is for my parents and my family. I mean, I don’t really — the cars are nice, the houses are nice, but none of this matters without them. If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t be here. I don’t know where I would be, honestly. If it wasn’t for them, if it wasn’t for the structure and the backbone that I have, I wouldn’t be able to mess up and keep coming back and being able to sit in front of you as a world champion.”#3. LeBron James“Just knowing what our city has been through, northeast Ohio has been through, as far as our sports and everything for the last 50-plus years. You could look back to the Earnest Byner fumble, Elway going 99 yards, to Jose Mesa not being able to close out in the bottom of the ninth to the Cavs went to The Finals — I was on that team — in 2007, us getting swept, and then last year us losing 4-2. And so many more stories.And our fans, they ride or die, no matter what’s been going on, no matter the Browns, the Indians, the Cavs and so on, and all other sports teams. They continue to support us. And for us to be able to end this, end this drought, our fans deserve it. They deserve it. And it was for them.”#2. LeBron James(When asked about fans who hated him for leaving in 2010) “That don’t matter. That’s yesterday’s newspaper. I don’t think anybody’s reading yesterday’s newspaper. They’ll be reading tomorrow that I’m coming home. I’m coming home with what I said I was going to do.”#1. LeBron JamesJust watch this.LeBron speaking post game to Doris Burke. pic.twitter.com/S12V0sfYfK— The Sports Quotient (@SportsQuotient) June 20, 2016 Matt Medley Related TopicsCavs Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games.