Social media reacts to Cavs' stunning Game 7 victory

The Cleveland Cavaliers have captured Cleveland's first major sports title in 52 years, thanks to an epic 93-89 Game 7 win over the Golden State Warriors on the road. The Cavaliers won three straight games after facing elimination to capture the title.

Social media reaction focused on the end of Cleveland's title drought, NBA Finals MVP LeBron James' carrying the team to the title and the Cavs' comeback from down 3-1 to win it all.

Here's a sampling from around the NBA:

President Obama sent his congratulations after the game, which he watched from Air Force One on the runway at Joint Andrews Base following a trip from California.

Naturally, the other Cleveland teams, including the Lake Erie Monsters, a minor league hockey team that just won its league title, offered congratulations on Twitter:

A number of Cleveland-based celebrities, who were long waiting for a major sports title, expressed their joy over the Cavs' win:

Meanwhile, Dennis Rodman congratulated the Cavs for winning but still asserted his Chicago Bulls' team was the best ever.

Social media was buzzing throughout the game, but LeBron's blocked shot late in a tie game really got everyone talking:

Finally, while the Warriors were gracious in defeat, the Carolina Panthers brought a little levity to the situation: