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Cleveland — According to the New York Post Ted Williams, a panhandler with a voice made for radio was offered a job by the Cleveland Cavaliers to do voice over work. Williams, who is a native of Brooklyn, NY will also get a house in the deal.

“The Cleveland Cavaliers just offered me a full-time job and a house! A house! A house!,” repeated a stunned Williams, 71, on a local radio station.

Just yesterday Power107.5 In Columbus posted a video of Williams showcasing his radio-ready announcer’s voice as he solicited change from passersby.


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