Not content with enraging Pat Riley this weekend, Cleveland’s Damon Jones has characterized his move from Miami with a bizarre musical analogy that even Ronald Thomas Clonte might struggle to absorb.

From the News-Herald’s Bob Finnan.

When Damon Jones signed with the Cavaliers as a free agent Sept. 8, he was forced to check his enormous ego at the door.
And that’s not an easy thing to do for the journeyman point guard.

Jones told TNT sideline reporter Cheryl Miller that leaving Miami and coming to the Cavaliers was like going from “the lead singer for the Beatles to a backup, doo-wop guy for the Isley Brothers.”

Upon signing with the Cavaliers, Jones said he was one of the “five best shooters in the world.”