Cavs may have been swept, but, hey, free Taco Bell today

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Golden State Warriors’ sweep of the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals may have ruined your summer and possibly jettisoned LeBron James off to La La Land, but would a free taco help?If the answer is yes, head over to your local Taco Bell from 2 to 6 p.m. for a complimentary Doritos Locos Taco. So, while you dig your teeth into the seasoned ground beef topped with lettuce and cheese, and folded into a giant nacho cheese chip, go ahead and thank Kevin Durant for hitting that dagger-three with 49.8 seconds left in Game 3 that activated Taco Bell’s “steal a game, steal a taco” promotion before cursing the former MVP for ever joining a 73-win team to chase rings.A few more things to note as you run for the border for free food while you catch up on the latest LeBron James rumors (example: “Bill Simmons’ dad says LeBron to sign with Pelicans” Come on, really?): it’s one taco person, no purchase necessary and the offer is good while supplies last.

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