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Cleveland Cavaliers Basketball Tickets

Known to their fans by their moniker the "Cavs," the Cleveland Cavaliers are members of the Central Division of the Eastern Conference. With a history of more struggles than victories on the basketball court, the Cavs are the underdogs of Cleveland, Ohio, but their stlye of play is passionate, and the Cavs play hard. Don't miss your chance to see high-energy basketball play; purchase your Cleveland Cavaliers tickets today!

Cleveland has famously enthusiastic sports fans, so it's no surprise the Cavaliers have such a loyal following. Since first playing in the league in 1970s, the Cavs have been beloved by nearly everyone in the city. The Cleveland Cavaliers began their NBA journey in 1970 as an expansion team. The first five years out of the gate for the Cavs was a rough ride. The Cavaliers recorded the league's worst record during their first year and continued their losing streak for some time.

Their first truly great year was in 1976 when they made the playoffs for the first time in team history. Though they lost to the Boston Celtics in the second round, it was a big breakthrough. After intermittent success throughout the rest of the decade and the early 1980s, the Cavs emerged as one of the best teams in the latter half of the decade.

During the 1991 season, the Cavaliers advanced all the way to the Conference Finals where they lost to the Chicago Bulls 4-2. Throughout much of the 1990s, Cavaliers fans had very little to cheer about. However that all changed when they drafted hometown hero LeBron James. He quickly turned the Cavs into a contender and helped bring them to their first NBA Finals appearance in 2007, which they eventually lost to the San Antonio Spurs. Although LeBron left Cleveland in 2010, his legacy lives on and young stars such as Kyrie Irving and Tyler Zeller are a sign of good things to come.

Even with the Cavs rocky ride, the team has churned out plenty of Basketball Hall of Fame players as well as a few industry recognized names like Nate Thurmond, Lance Allred, Shaquille O'Neal and LeBron James. While the Cavs don't have any noted rivalries, it goes without saying that hometown sentiment towards the Miami Heat is not as friendly as it used to be since LeBron James made the switch.

Be in the stands cheering alongside your fellow Cavaliers fans as your favorite basketball team works its way through some intense matchups this season! Reviews from game attendees are always encouraging, and the Cleveland Cavaliers love to give their fans something to cheer about. Think ahead and get your Cleveland Cavaliers tickets now before they are sold out!