Election season in the swing state of Pennsylvania got the best of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday, when a motorcade believed to be escorting Vice President Joe Biden from a Hillary Clinton rally in nearby Bucks County caused some of the team to be delayed on its way to its game against the 76ers. After their bus was stopped for more than 20 minutes waiting for the motorcade to pass, Kyrie Irving, J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert left it along with team security personnel and hopped in an Uber to finish their trip to the Wells Fargo Center. They arrived approximately 65 minutes before tipoff.
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