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Dairy Queen near Cleveland has a message for Steph Curry

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What to Expect in Game 6 of NBA Finals

The ice cream is cold, but the takes are hot.

It's time for the city of Cleveland to win a championship. And theoretically, they're only two games away.

Now, a message has emerged on a suburban Cleveland Dairy Queen sign reading: "Steph Curry is softer than our ice cream."

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr used the same word to describe his team after losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3. But the Dairy Queen in Elyria, OH took the word to another level for their hometown team.

READ MORE: Craig Sager will work his first NBA Finals for ESPN

Tension between the two teams has hit a new level this series. Between icy post-game remarks from both sides to Draymond Green's suspension, there's no telling what we'll see next. Even Curry's wife Ayesha has gotten in on the action via Twitter.

The Cavs will face the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night. Golden State is leading the series 3-2, so Game 6 is a must-win for Cleveland.

Until then, we'll enjoy the outside noise. Touché, Elyria Dairy Queen. Touché.

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