CLEVELAND It’s no coincidence that the rookie wooing Cleveland Cavaliers fans this season was a local standout before entering the big arena. Team supporters like to see a homegrown favorite when they go to a game, and that’s as true for burgers as it is for point guards or forwards, according to Aramark, concessionaire for the Cavs’ Quicken Loans home court. That’s why the management company penciled Cleveland’s own Michael Symon and his B Spot burger concept into the arena’s restaurant ...
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