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There are some inventions in this world that go beyond the call of duty. The Cleveland Cavaliers have helped engineer one of these.

By Robby Sabo

In Game 1 of the Eastern Conference first round matchup between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving made sure they announced their 1nba2presence with authority by disposing of the Celtics, 113-100.

LeBron put in 20 points while dishing out seven assists, and Irving scored a team-high 30 on 11 of 21 shooting from the floor.

What the Cavs fans at Quicken Loans Arena discovered on Sunday was much more than just a playoff basketball game. Sure, they found out that their Cavs mean business in these 2015 NBA Playoffs, but they also found out what an Interactive Beer Machine is.

Check this out:

It seems as though “The Q” has taken a page out of Coca-Cola’s book.

Coca-Cola, in the past couple of years, have brought the Freestyle Machine to life. The state of the art equipment allows the consumer to mix and match to over 100 different flavors of soft drinks. They have also released an interactive vending machine.

Now, the alcohol companies are throwing their names into the mix.

What a fabulous invention.

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