Cleveland Cavaliers News – 2013 Cavaliers Updates
After the highly publicized departure of franchise face LeBron James during the 2010 offseason, the Cleveland Cavaliers fell into a deep funk, from which they are only now beginning to rebuild from. This season, even though they are still among the leagues least successful teams, they are just one win shy of equaling their win total of last year's lockout-shortened season. Leading the way for the Cavs is guard Kyrie Irving; despite sitting out a few games recently with a nagging injury, he continues to be the team's leader in scoring, assists and steals. Center Anderson Varejao, a holdover from the LBJ era, continues to be a force in the middle, leading the squad in rebounding. Joining Varejao in the frontcourt are forwards Tristan Thompson and Alonzo Gee, while Dion Waiters, who is second on the Cavs in scoring, is Irving’s backcourt running mate. Support off the bench comes from guard C.J. Miles and center Tyler Zeller. Coach Byron Scott, despite the team’s on-court struggles, is working to give the Quicken Loans Arena
faithful reason to hope for the future of the franchise.
Google searches for Cleveland Cavaliers tickets have declined significantly since King James left the team. The most expensive Cavs game will be the last in Quicken Loans Arena this season; it’s the matchup against James and the Miami Heat
(4/15). Heat vs Cavs tickets in April are averaging $286, $78 more per ticket than when the two teams meet on 3/20. Other notable matchups remaining on the Cavs schedule: Brooklyn Nets
(4/3), Boston Celtics
(3/27), New York Knicks
(4/12), and Philadelphia 76ers
(3/29). Are you a displaced Cavs fan? Cleveland Cavs tickets are approximately 30% cheaper on the road.