The holiday season is upon us and come Thursday, it will be time to count your blessings.

And although the Indians' season came to a disappointing end, the Browns are 0-10 -- again -- and the Cavs are just now overcoming a sluggish start, Cleveland Sports fans still have plenty to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.

Take, for instance, the following:

10. Cedi Osman's celebrations

Posting averages of 1.6 points, 1.0 rebounds and 0.2 assists in 5.2 minutes per game, Cedi Osman has hardly stood out when on the court in his first nine games with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Off the court, however, is a different story. In fact, one of the biggest bright spots of the first month of the Cavs' season has been Osman's bench celebrations, which have often accompanied some of his most famous teammate's biggest plays.

Although his numbers don't show it, the 6-foot-8 rookie out of Turkey has actually shown plenty of promise in his limited on-court action this season. But until playing time becomes more readily available, he'll have to settle for being Cleveland's most lovable cheerleader.

9. The Miz

Despite *spoiler alert* losing his Intercontinental championship to Roman Reigns on Monday Night Raw, Parma native Mike "The Miz" Mizanin is about to wrap up one of his most successful years as a WWE superstar. Not only has The Miz helped restore prominence to the storied IC title, but the former WWE champion has become one of the most public faces of his employer, starring on the hit E! reality show Total Divas.

Although he's now billed as "residing in Hollywood, California," The Miz has maintained his roots and can often be spotted at Browns and Cavs games.

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What's next for The Miz?' Reportedly, a brief absence from WWE. Which may only mean more visits to 'The Land' for 'The A-lister.'

8. The Indians' 22-game winning streak

Their season may have come to a bitter end in the American League Division Series, but that doesn't erase the history created by the 2017 Cleveland Indians. Winning 22 straight games, the Tribe put together the longest winning streak in American League history -- and the second-longest such streak in more than 100 years.

The ALDS disaster may still cloud the way we view the '17 Indians, but for nearly a month in late-August/early-September, Cleveland was the center of the baseball -- if not sports -- world. That in and of itself is something to be thankful for, even if most of the team's memories have been rendered bittersweet.

7. The Brooklyn Nets' first-round pick

The crowned jewel of the Kyrie Irving trade, the Cleveland Cavaliers now hold the rights to the Brooklyn Nets' unprotected 2018 first-round pick. And while five teams in the league currently lay claim to records worse than the Nets' 6-10 mark, injuries to Jeremy Lin and D'Angelo Russell make it plenty possible that Brooklyn's pick will once again land in the top-3 of the NBA Draft Lottery.

That means that Cavs fans don't only get to pay attention to their own playoff contending team, but keep an eye on draft prospects while playing with the NBA trade machine. Playoffs, draft picks and fake trades? What else does a Cleveland sports fan even need to be thankful for?

6. Future changes to the Cleveland Browns' uniforms

The uniforms the Cleveland Browns have been wearing since 2015 are an eyesore -- and that might be putting it kindly. But fortunately for Cleveland fans, the Browns seem to be well aware of their fashion problem.

According to ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi, Browns' co-owner Dee Haslam is "unsatisfied" with her team's uniform makeover, which it is required to keep through at least the 2019 season, per NFL rules. After that, however, the team is permitted to once again change its look, which is something it will likely do, according to Grossi.

“We will go through the process probably again.” Haslam said in the meantime, the Browns will seek an alternative look whenever the NFL allows, such as the “color rush” program for Thursday night games. “I definitely think there will be some changes for that. We didn’t get that opportunity last year,” Haslam said.

Grossi also noted that according to a source, the Browns could potentially replace its plain orange helmet with a plain white one.

Whether or not the Browns' future uniforms will be better than their current ones remains to be seen. But at this point, we should just be thankful a new look seems to be on its way.

5. Myles Garrett

Of course, so long as the right players are wearing them, very few will care what the Browns' uniforms look like. And while at 0-10, Cleveland is certainly lacking in such stars, at least one appears to exist in the form of Myles Garrett.

The No. 1 overall pick of the 2017 draft, Garrett has lived up to the hype when on the field for the Browns in his rookie season, recording 4 sacks in five games. More than that, the Texas A&M product seems to be one of the few building blocks that the current regime can lay claim to.

Whether or not that will be enough for Sashi Brown and Co. to continue their build will likely be determined in the coming weeks. But at the very least, whoever's running the Browns in 2018 will have what looks like one of the best young defensive players in football to work with.

4. The NFL Draft

Speaking of the Browns, it's never too early to start looking ahead to next year. And that doesn't necessarily mean fast-forwarding to the 2018 season, but rather the 2018 draft, where Cleveland is currently in line to hold two top-12 picks for the second consecutive year.

Could the Browns finally find their quarterback of the future -- or will they once again trade down, much to the chagrin of their fans? We'll find out next spring. But in the meantime, Cleveland football fans have little else to be thankful for, aside from their draft picks.

3. Ohio State football

Fortunately for Cleveland, the Browns aren't all it has to rely on when it comes to consequential football. And for the fifth consecutive season, Ohio State enters its annual rivalry game against Michigan with its national championship hopes still very much alive.

Despite having already suffered two losses this season, the Buckeyes currently possess the third-best odds to win the College Football Playoff. And Ohio State may not even need any help in the next two weeks to get there -- it could be as simple as win, and the Buckeyes are in.

As far as giving "thanks" is concerned, perhaps Columbus should be the one thanking Cleveland; Northeast Ohio has produced several of the Buckeyes' current stars, including Denzel Ward, Jerome Baker, Chris Worley, Dre'Mont Jones and Parris Campbell among others.

2. Francisco Lindor, Jose Ramirez and Corey Kluber

While the Indians' 2017 season may have come to a disappointing end -- have I mentioned that yet? -- the Tribe's future remains promising. In Francisco Lindor, Jose Ramirez and Corey Kluber, Cleveland lays claim to three of the brightest young stars in all of baseball.

Kluber, of course, is now a 2-time Cy Young winner, who also happens to anchor one of baseball's best staffs. Lindor and Ramirez, meanwhile, are legitimate MVP candidates, with the latter becoming a finalist for the award this past season.

Regardless of what happens with Carlos Santana and Jay Bruce in free agency in the coming weeks, the Indians will return one of the American League's top teams in 2018. And with a core consisting of players like Lindor, Ramirez and Kluber, how could you not be thankful for the current state of Cleveland baseball?

1. LeBron James

With the ability to opt out of his contract in the summer of 2018, this could be LeBron James' last season as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers

But rather than worry about James' destination, what better time to be grateful -- or thankful -- for his presence and all it's brought to Cleveland in the past three years: Three NBA Finals appearances, a world championship, endless memories and the greatest era of Cavaliers basketball to date. And not to mention more #sportscontent for any one writer to handle or fan to consume.

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For that, all we can say is thanks.