Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Why: Cavaliers vs. Heat
Concept: “I understand the comedic value of understatement.”

Execution: Oh yeah, this kid gets it. He knows that with all the hyperbolic, over-the-top, hate-filled signs that were sure to fill up the Q, his hastily-scrawled ode to subtlety would stick out. It did. This is the sign that the Internet would make, which is why this is the sign that the Internet loves. Well done, sir.

Rating (out of 10): 9.8

Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Why: Cavaliers vs. Heat
Concept: “Justin Bieber is the best dude ever.”

Execution: My personal favorite of all of last night’s signs because it’s just so nonsensical. Justin Bieber has absolutely nothing to do with the Cavaliers, LeBron James or anything, so why not put him on a sign? Or rather, two signs. One isn’t enough to contain that little dancing Canadian.

Rating: 9.5

Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Why: Cavaliers vs. Heat
Concept: “Puns!”

Execution: Props for such a well-made sign, exploring all the Heat-based puns anyone could ever ask for. Anti-props for “The cHeat” not being a reference to Homestar Runner. Pat Riley’s head Photoshopped on to that little yellow rascal would have gone a long way.

Rating: 7.6

Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Why: Cavaliers vs. Heat
Concept: “Letters gets you on TV.”

Execution: Not only does the use of TNT feel really forced here, the alignment of the whole thing is off. No one abbreviates things by using the last letters in words. Get serious, guy.

Rating: 3.1

Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Why: Cavaliers vs. Heat
Concept: “Hey, I saw that one commercial.”

Execution: Playing off LeBron’s “Rise” advertisement is a good move. Drawing a crying stick figure and labeling its tears is not. Plus, not to demean this lady at all, but I can’t imagine that she could beat LeBron James in a fight, unless this picture has some wacky perspective and she’s really 8 feet tall.

Rating: 4.8

Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Why: Cavaliers vs. Heat
Concept: “You’re not the man,” “Ye ol’ standby LeBron joke,” and “Hate you so much, LeBron.”

Execution: Credit where credit is due — these three signs are easy to read. If you really want to get under a player’s skin, they have to be able to read your taunts from the court. Big bold letters helps. Howevski, the “take your talents” jokes are played out, LeBron is playing better than Dwyane Wade and Akron doesn’t totally hate LeBron. It’s almost like you can’t trust the crazy people who make signs for basketball games.

Rating: 4.2, 6.0 and 5.8