Tickets to the Cleveland Cavaliers


EventDateCity and Venue
NBA Preseason: Orlando Magic vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Fri. October 13, 2017
Orlando, FL - Amway Center
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About The Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers are a professional basketball franchise in the National Basketball Association (NBA). They entered the league in 1970 as an expansion team and won their first East Conference Championship in 2007. The Cavaliers play at Quicken Loans Arena.

The Cavs began playing under the leadership of owner Nick Mileti and head coach Bill Fitch at the Cleveland Arena, ending the first season with a record of 15-67. The team initially tried to build itself up around Austin Carr, a star player at Notre Dame who was injured shortly after starting in the NBA. Throughout the team’s early years, the Cavs improved, landing more talent and leading with experience.

The early 80s were rough for the team after the franchise was sold, again, to Ted Stepien, an advertising guru. He oversaw a number of poor decisions, including the firing of several different head coaches and a number of bad signing choices. The team subsequently lost several of its first round draft picks because of Stepien’s poor trading decisions.

However, the team rebounded in the mid 80s, before entering into another period of decline in the 1990s and into the new millennium. However, everything changed for the team in 2003. As one of the league’s worst teams, they ended up with the number one draft pick in the NBA lottery and ended up with high school basketball superstar LeBron James.

James was one of the most prized picks in NBA history and has almost single-handedly turned the Cavs around. He has been embraced by his home city and is now known as “King James.” In fact, James has led the team to playoff appearances and a shot at the title in the NBA Finals. They suffered a setback in the 2007-08 season; however, the team rebounded again with the help of James, who won the NBA MVP award for the 2008-09 season.

In June 2009, NBA phenom Shaquille O’Neal was traded from the Phoenix Suns to the Cavs, who also added Anthony Parker, Leon Powe and Jamario Moon to the lineup.