Transcript for Cleveland Cavaliers Apologize for Promo Video
super bowl win. A pro basketball team is saying sorry this morning after a video, that was supposed to be funny, backfired. It was a parody. The humor was lost on many fans. Reporter: This morning, the Cleveland cavaliers apologizing for a pro notion motional video that was anything but slam dunk. Man throwing his girlfriend to the ground after learning she's a fan of the Chicago bulls. Bulls fan? I didn't know you were a bulls fan. Reporter: The video, a spoof of a united health care ad, leading to widespread outrage, including online. Twitter users calling it about as stupid and insensitive as it gets. And so tone deaf and inappropriate. Especially in light of recent high-profile domestic violence cases in professional sports. Like that of ray rice. The NBA is in a position here the take proactive step. To be leaders in the fight to eliminate domestic violence. Reporter: At the end of the clip, the girlfriend is poll jetted. I'm all in now. Reporter: Now it's the Cavs saying they're sorry. Saying it was a mistake to include don't that made light of domestic violence. Mara, thank you. Finally, a followup to the man now known as miserable
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