In 2010, LeBron James took his talents to Miami. In 2014, the prodigal son returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers, bringing with him renewed hopes of finally securing an NBA Championship for a city still hungry for its first taste of basketball glory. An injury-riddled Cavs squad performed admirably in the NBA Finals, but ultimately could not overcome a high-powered Golden State offense. This year, Cleveland’s getting the band back together once again in search of the grand prize: the Larry O’Brien Trophy. King James will be backed by an All-Star cast featuring Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, Anderson Varejao and Tristan Thompson. Can the whole crew stay healthy when playoff time rolls around? You can see for yourself with great seats at Quicken Loans Arena—trust Razorgator for Cleveland Cavaliers tickets at hot prices every day!
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King James and His Men Seek Redemption
When LeBron James returned home to the Cavaliers, he had one goal in mind: bring a championship to Cleveland. Last season, that goal was cut down by the high-powered Golden State Warriors. This year, King James is hoping to reach the big stage with his running mates healthy. You can pick up cheap Cleveland Cavaliers tickets today and follow their journey firsthand for the home stretch of the 2015-16 season.
Fighting to Stay at the Top
The Cavs continue to lead the East, holding a two-game advantage over Toronto with 23 left to play. They’ll have their hands full this weekend with visits from eastern rivals Washington and Boston, and you can be there firsthand with discount tickets from Razorgator! Get in to Quicken Loans Arena starting at $48 for Friday night’s clash with the Wizards.
Cleveland Cavaliers 2015-2016 News and Updates
The NBA playoffs are one of the best times of the year for basketball enthusiasts and sports nuts alike. This year the Cleveland Cavaliers faced off against the Detroit Pistons in the first round of the playoffs. On April 24, the Cavs went into game four against the Pistons leading the series 3-0. The Pistons put up some great plays and played some successful defense, but in the end it wasn’t enough to defeat the Cavs. Thanks to Kyrie Irving making 31 points that night, the Cavs swept the Pistons 4-0 and are moving on to the second round of the playoffs. Even though their opponent is still undetermined, tickets are already available to purchase so get yours today.
The Cleveland Cavaliers ended their regular season with an exciting game that went into overtime; however, they ended up leaving the losers against the Pistons. Most of the starters rested to prepare for the playoffs. Jordan McRae led the team in scoring with 36 points, including a 3-pointer that tied the game and sent it into overtime. He also had a chance to tie it up in the final second of the game; however, he missed his two free throws. They have a chance to take revenge on the Pistons when they face them in the first round of the playoffs. The Cavaliers host the first two games on the 17 and 20, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at $39.
Fans are certainly getting excited with the playoffs approaching for the Cleveland Cavaliers. They are currently the number one team in the Eastern Conference. They have 15 more victories than their first opponents, the Detroit Pistons, but the Cavaliers have only won one game out of three against them this season. The Cavaliers are going to have the opportunity to try one more time before the postseason kicks off, however, as they will be hosting the Detroit Pistons on April 13th. This is will be good practice for the first round, and a good indicator for fans how the playoffs will go. Be sure to get your tickets, starting at just $18.
As the first team in the Eastern Conference and the number two team overall, the Cleveland Cavaliers are going to the playoffs. Only a small handful of matches remain in the regular season, and only three of them are home matches: April 3rd against the Charlotte Hornets, April 11th against the Atlanta Hawks, and April 13th against the Detroit Pistons. After that, the Cavaliers will begin the first round of the playoffs, facing the Boston Celtics. The Cavaliers have a season record of 52-22, while the Celtics sit at 43-31. The first matchup will be on April 19th and you can reserve your spot to cheer them to their first victory with tickets starting at $93.
The Cleveland Cavaliers may rule the roost in the Eastern Conference with 50 wins and 20 losses, but the Golden State Warriors have the best record this year with 63 wins and seven losses. Regardless of that, the Cavaliers are an extremely difficult team to beat, which was shown when they defeated the Denver Nuggets on Monday, March 21. The Cavaliers stormed the court in the first quarter, scoring 38 points to the Nuggets 23 points. The Nuggets were unable to come back from the early deficit and the Cavaliers went home with the 124-91 win over the Colorado team. On Wednesday, March 23 the Cavaliers play against the Milwaukee Bucks, which is sure to be an exciting home game. Watch all of the thrilling shots, aggressive defense and pure entertainment when you purchase your ticket starting at $51 each.
3/15/16 - The Cleveland Cavaliers are ruling the roost in the Eastern Conference and don’t have a ton of competition for the number one spot. If the rest of the season plays out like it has been, the Cavaliers have an extremely high chance of entering the playoffs as the number one team in the East. The Cavs were on a great winning streak last week, winning three games in a row. However, the Utah Jazz were able to put an abrupt stop to their wins by beating them on March 14, 94-85. See the best team in the East when they take on the Dallas Mavericks on March 16. Tickets start at $23 each.
2/8/16 - The Cleveland Cavaliers are topping the charts in the Eastern conference, despite the two losses they suffered at the beginning of the month. Since then, they have taken on what seems to be some easier competition and have won their last two games. On Monday night, the Cavs took on the Sacramento Kings and showed no mercy to the California team. The Cavs outscored the Kings in every quarter but the fourth, and ended the game with a high score of 120-100. The Cavs have a week break and hit the court next on February 18 against the Bulls. Tickets start at $42 each so don’t miss your chance to get them before it is too late.
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2/1/16 - The Cleveland Cavaliers have brought their winning streak to an end. Starting on January 28th, they were able to beat out six competing team, making this one of their most successful winning streaks. Their most recent victory was against the Indiana Pacers on February 1st. It came to overtime, but the Cavaliers overcame with 111-106. Unfortunately, they took a loss two days later when they faced the Charlotte Hornet in another away game. The good news is that the Cavaliers now have a massive home series, so be sure to catch them in action starting on February 5th. Their season record is 35-13, so you can bet they are not done dominating.
1/26/16 - The Cleveland Cavaliers lost their first game with new coach Tyronn Lue. However, they did not stay down long and have won their next two games. Their latest victory was against the Suns on January 27. LeBron James led the team with 21 points before he sat out the fourth quarter. Kevin Love tied with James as lead scorer for the game, also getting 21 points and also grabbing 11 rebounds. The Cavaliers led 55-50 when the teams went into the locker room at the half, and then they came out strong with a 12-0 run to really take control of the game. They head to Detroit to play the Pistons on the 29. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $11.
1/19/16 - After a loss against the Spurs ended the Cleveland Cavaliers' winning streak, they have won two of their last three games. They beat the Rockets on January 15, but then fell to the Warriors on the 18. They came back from that loss to beat the Nets on January 20. The Cavaliers dominated through most of the game. The Nets attempted to rally in the final quarter, but the Cavaliers stayed strong and won 91-78. Kevin Love led the team with 17 points and also had 18 rebounds. LeBron James also had 17 points. They will look to start another winning streak when they host the Clippers on the 21. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $29.
1/12/16 - Unfortunately, it looks like the Cleveland Cavaliers’ eight-game winning streak has come to an end. They travelled to San Antonio to face the Spurs on January 14th, but the final score came to 95-99 with the Cavaliers behind. They are still the number one team in the Eastern Conference with a record of 27-10, however. Hopefully they have not lost too much of their momentum from this loss. They will be travelling to take on the Houston Rockets next, then will return to Cleveland to host the league leader, the Golden State Warriors. This is sure to be one of the most exciting matchups of the season, so be sure to get your tickets, starting at $122.
1/4/16 - After beating the Wizards on January 6, the Cleveland Cavaliers extended their winning streak to five games. Kyrie Irving had a great game, scoring 32 points for a season-best. 21 of the points were in the fourth quarter, helping the team secure the victory. He also had 10 rebounds. The display showed he was in great health, completely back from his injury that prevented him from playing until mid-December. LaBron James led the team with 34 points. The Cavaliers will look to extend their wining streak when they continue their run of away games with a game in Minnesota against the Timberwolves on January 8. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $48.
12/29/15 - It was a Christmas letdown for LeBron and his Cleveland Cavaliers, who faltered in a rematch of last year’s NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors. The disappointment was compounded the following evening as they fell to Portland by nearly 30 points, but the Cavs have quickly identified the issue and won back-to-back contests on the road to get back on track. A 101-97 triumph over Phoenix helped right the ship, followed by a 93-87 decision against the Nuggets in Denver. They’ll enjoy a few days off for New Year’s before returning to Quicken Loans Arena to host the Orlando Magic on Jan. 2nd. Pick up your tickets today starting at just $70!
12/24/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers are in the midst of a five game winning streak and will look to continue it when they play the Knicks at home on December 23. Their latest victory was against the 76ers on December 20. After trailing the 76ers 25-21 at the close of the first quarter, the Cavaliers outscored them 34-13 to go into the half ahead. They continued to dominate in the third quarter and held onto their lead to win the game 108-86. Kyrie Irving was back on the court after missing six months and had 12 points in his 17 minutes of play. LaBron James led the team with 23 points. You can still get tickets to the Knicks game, with prices starting at $70.
12/15/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers have been dominating on the court recently. After beating out the Portland Trailblazers, Orlando Magic, and Boston Celtics, the Cavaliers are on a winning streak. Even more impressively, they have been on a series of away matches. Now, the Cavaliers are returning back to Cleveland. If their recent performance is any indication, they are sure to really dominate from here. They are hosting the Oklahoma City Thunder first. Afterward, the Cavaliers are welcoming the Philadelphia 76ers to Cleveland on December 20th. Tickets are available starting at $32. Finally, they will be hosting the New York Knicks before hitting the road again. Take advantage of the Cavaliers’ return to catch them in action.
12/8/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers broke their three game losing streak with a win against the Trail Blazers on December 8 at home. LeBron James had an impressive 33 points to help the Cavaliers come back from an 18-point deficit to win 105-100. After the momentum changed to their favor, the Cavaliers attacked to ensure they would walk away the victors. Once Jared Cunningham hit a fast-break basket with two minutes left in the third period, the game was the Cavaliers' for the taking. Kevin Love helped the offense with 18 points despite being ill that morning. The Cavaliers won't return home until the 17, with games in Orlando on the 11 and Boston the 15. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $48.
12/1/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers are at the top of the charts in the Eastern Conference and have a solid 13-4 record. The Cavaliers had yet to lose a game at home, until the Washington Wizards stormed their court on December 1. The Wizards were on fire from the moment the ball was in play. They scored the first ten points of the game and never trailed from that moment on. Although, Lebron James did his best to bring the team back into it, the Cavs didn’t have it in them to pull off the victory. See if they can recover from the tough loss when they face off against the Pelicans on December 4. Tickets are still available.
11/24/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers just finished up a series of home games in which they were completely undefeated. In fact, they have still only lost three times this season. If you missed the Cavaliers this week, do not worry because they are coming right back to Cleveland in just a couple days. On November 28th, they will be hosting the Brooklyn Nets, followed by the Washington Wizards three days later. The Cavaliers still maintain the top position in the Eastern Conference, so come out and see them build upon their winning streak. Tickets for their first game back on their own court are available starting as low as $52. It is sure to be an exciting match.
11/17/15 - The month of November appeared like it might be a magical and undefeated one for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs won their first six games this month and looked like it was going to be nothing but promising the rest of the way. However, they ran into a little hiccup against the Milwaukee Bucks on November 14. The game was incredibly tight and the Cavs made an absurd comeback during the fourth quarter to send them not only into overtime, but double overtime. The Bucks were able to hold off the Cavs one last time in double OT and ended the Cavs winning streak with a 108-105 victory. See the Cavs live again on November 17 against the Pistons.
11/10/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers lost an exciting game against the Bucks that went into double overtime on November 14. The loss ended an eight game winning streak for the Cavaliers. LeBron James had an impressive 37 points during the game, but he was held scoreless by the Bucks defense in the final three minutes of the second overtime. There was a controversial call in the final seconds of the first overtime that disrupted the Cavaliers' momentum that could have changed the fate of the game. A referee thought he heard the coach for a time out and blew his whistle. The Cavaliers next take on the Pistons on November 17. Tickets remain available, starting at $6.
11/3/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers have only had two home games so far this season, but that has not stopped them from earning four solid victories. They are about to start a long series of home games, which will last for four matches total. They have been dominating, currently on a four-game winning streak, so fans should expect great things once the Cavaliers are actually playing with the home court advantage. You can come out and cheer them to their next win. Tickets for November 8th’s match against the Indiana Pacers are still available starting at $20. After that, they will be finishing the series off with one more game against the Utah Jazz on November 10th.
10/27/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers started the new season out on rocky footing, but they have recovered well. With back-to-back away games to open, the Cavaliers took a tight 95-97 loss against the Chicago Bulls on October 27th. The very next day, however, they managed to beat out the Memphis Grizzlies on their own court with 106-76. Finally, on October 30th, the Cavaliers will be able to play a home game. They are hosting the Miami Heat before hitting the road again on November 2nd. The first really opportunity for the Cavaliers to play in Cleveland will begin on November 4th when they have four consecutive home matches. Be sure to take advantage of their exciting schedule by ordering tickets today.
10/19/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers only got one win in the preseason in their final game against the Mavericks on Monday the 19th. Despite the string of losses, fans can still feel hopeful for the regular season, since many of those games came down to just a few points. Additionally, the preseason is usually a time to let the non-starters have some time on the court. Tristan Thompson is officially still a part of the Cavaliers after singing a new contract this week. The Cavaliers have a break until their first regular season game on October 27 against the Bulls in Chicago. You still have a chance to get your tickets to see the action in person for prices starting at $29.
10/14/15 - It is always disappointing to see the Cleveland Cavaliers’ home opener so far in the season. They will not be playing on their own court until the third match, on October 30th. Luckily, fans do not have to wait that long because there are still home games in the preseason. Up next, the Cavaliers will be hosting the Dallas Mavericks on October 19th. Tickets are available starting as low as $5. If you simply cannot wait for the season to kick off, this could be your chance to see the Cavaliers in action. Just be sure to catch the home opener as well, which is sure to be even more exciting.
8/10/15 - Although the Cleveland Cavaliers finished first in the Central Division last season, they still have a bad taste in their mouth after losing the NBA championship series to the Golden State Warriors. Fortunately, the Cavaliers and their fans can now look forward to another chance at the title as they head into the 2015-2016 season. The new NBA schedule for the season was just released this week, and the Cavaliers will be tested right away. They will start their season on the road against division rivals the Chicago Bulls. Then, star forward LeBron James will face his former team, the Miami Heat, at home in the season opener on Friday, October 30 at Quicken Loans Arena. Tickets are extremely limited and are currently selling for $169.
6/10/15 - Going into the final round of the 2015 NBA playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers were at a disadvantage. Not only were they taking on the top team in the whole league, they were doing so without the home court advantage. The first match played how many fans expected. Both teams played exceptionally well, and while they were only eight points apart, the Golden State Warriors edged out the Cavaliers. However, Cleveland seems to have sized up their opponents, because they were ready in the second match. They held the Warriors at bay and managed to score a 95-93 win. The Cavaliers have also taken one more victory once they were able to play on their own court. Being halfway to taking the championship, things are looking very good for the Cavaliers.
6/3/15 - In his first year back in his home state, the prodigious LeBron James has led his Cleveland Cavaliers to the Finals for the first time since 2007—their only other trip as a franchise, in which they were defeated by the eventual champion Spurs. James and his updated Cavs squad seek redemption and their first title as a city, but they’ll need to take down high-octane Golden State to make it happen. The Warriors host the first two games of the series in Oakland before play shifts to Cleveland for Games 3 and 4. Seats for Sunday’s Game 2 at Oracle Arena start at $648, or get in to Quicken Loans Arena in Ohio for Game 3 starting at $326! Tickets are on sale now for the Finals!
5/25/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers have prevailed this season and fought their way to the NBA Finals. Their last match up was against the Atlanta Hawks and they took it to them with a clean 4-0 sweep. Their NBA Final competitor has yet to be determined, but it has been narrowed down to the Golden State Warriors or the Houston Rockets. The Cavs haven’t been to the NBA Finals since 2007 and have never taken home the championship trophy. There is a lot of excitement around the Cavaliers this year due to the return of Lebron James. Now’s the time to smell the sweat and get in on all of the basketball action. Purchase your NBA Finals tickets today before it is too late. Games start at $370 a piece.
5/18/15 - In his first season back with his original NBA home team, LeBron James has led his young Cleveland Cavaliers team to the Eastern Conference Finals and a showdown with Atlanta. The Hawks secured their position after eliminating Washington in six games, while Cleveland had to conquer a resilient Bulls team in order to advance to the third round of the playoffs. Chicago and Cleveland traded dramatic buzzer-beating victories at the United Center in a back-and-forth series which ultimately saw the Cavs prevail in six games following a 94-73 rout of Derrick Rose’s squad. Cleveland will try to overcome the Hawks, who finished the regular season with the best record in the East at 60-22. Tickets for Games 1 and 2 at Philips Arena start at $114, or claim your seats for Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland for Games 3 and 4 starting at $109!
5/11/15 - Things were looking bleak when the Cleveland Cavaliers lost the opener to the Chicago Bulls despite having the court advantage. There was no saying if the Cavaliers would be able to stand up against their huge disadvantages. They have fought hard and they are just starting to turn the tide their way. With the fifth match coming to a close, Cleveland has managed to rack up three wins, needing just one more to advance to the semifinals. They have two games remaining, one of which on their own court, so their chances to survive are good. They cannot let their guard down yet, however. The Cavaliers' next match will be on May 14 in Chicago, and if they lose there, it will all come down to May 17th's round on the Cavalier's court.
5/4/15 - Although they completed a first-round sweep of the Celtics with relative ease, the Cleveland Cavaliers advanced to the Eastern Conference Semifinals at a price. Kevin Love suffered a season-ending injury after a freak play late in the deciding contest of the Cavs vs. Celtics series, and J.R. Smith earned a two-game suspension for striking Jae Crowder in the face earlier that same game. Without two of their key starters, Cleveland entered Game 1 of the second round at a disadvantage and ultimately fell to the Bulls, 99-92. Having effectively relinquished home court advantage, the Cavs now face a must-win Game 2 on Wednesday night. Tickets are on sale now for Quicken Loans Arena, and you can be a part of the action starting at $58!
4/30/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers were able to finish out the first round of the playoffs without breaking a sweat. It was not surprising that they won both of their home games, but it is more impressive that they were able to win in both of the matches on the Boston Celtics' court. Winning all four of the starting games is a feat only achieved by three teams this year, one of which is the league leader, the Golden State Warriors. This means the Cavaliers will be playing the Chicago Bulls in the conference semifinals. Again, Cleveland will have the home court advantage. The Bulls lost twice so far in the post season, but in terms of performance over the entire season, they are essentially tied with the Cavaliers. Come out to see their first matchup on May 4th.
4/21/15 - Cleveland Cavaliers fans are happy as their team wins both of their opening playoff games against the Boston Celtics. They have now finished the home section of the first round and will now play on the Celtic’s court. If the way they played this week is any indication, the Cavaliers will continue to tear it up on the court. Cleveland came away with an impressive 13 point lead in the playoff opener, and they weren’t far behind in their second game. If they lose either of the upcoming away games, the Cavaliers will return on April 28th to hopefully finish the first round strong. Tickets for that game are already available starting at $58. Come out to cheer the Cavaliers to victory when they need it most.
4/15/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers suffered a few losses earlier this week, but they managed to end the season strong, taking two consecutive wins. Additionally, they are still very highly ranked for the playoffs. With the number two seed, fans expect great things from their team in the upcoming postseason. They will first be taking on the number seven team, the Boston Celtics. While the Cavaliers greatly outrank Boston, the Celtics are coming off a six-game winning streak, so they are sure to put up a fight. Will it be enough to overcome Cleveland on their own court, however? If you would like to see for yourself live, you can still get tickets for as little as $67. Regardless, be sure to follow the game on April 19th.
4/6/15 - In one of their more dominant performances of the season, the Cleveland Cavaliers dispatched division rival Chicago over the weekend for their third straight victory at the moment. LeBron James collected his first triple-double of the season, and J.R. Smith hit eight treys for 24 points in the victory.
3/30/15 - If the playoffs started today, the road to the NBA Finals for the Cleveland Cavaliers would start out going through…of all places, Miami. The Cavs, holders, of the second seed at the moment (2 ½ games ahead of Chicago), would square off against LeBron James’ old team in the first round of the playoffs, which would make for interesting theatre, if nothing else.
3/23/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers have become the second Eastern Conference team to punch their ticket into the NBA postseason. The Cavs, who are working on a three game win streak, are still well back of East top seed Atlanta, eight games behind the surprising Hawks, but hold first place in the Central Division, a game and a half ahead of Chicago.
3/20/15 - With the playoffs right around the corner, the Cleveland Cavaliers are still dominating the court, winning seven of their last nine games. They still stand first in their division and second for the Eastern Conference, but there is a considerable gap between them and the top teams in the Western Conference. In fact, if the Cavaliers were in the other conference, they would be in the seventh position of eight. Regardless, if they are able to keep their momentum into the playoffs, they could perform very well. There are only seven home games remaining until the postseason begins, the first being against the Indiana Pacers. You can attend the first playoff game at the Cavaliers' court for $94. That game will set the tone for the entire postseason for Cleveland.
3/9/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers have moved into first place in the Central Division, and second overall in the Eastern Conference, a half game ahead of Chicago, while 10 ½ games behind conference leaders Atlanta. The Cavs are estimated by ESPN, via John Hollinger’s playoff-odds formula, to have a 72.4% chance of winning their division, and a 13.7% chance at winning the title, tops in the East.
2/23/15 - The only team in the top eight of the Eastern Conference who has won twice, the Cleveland Cavaliers continue to put pressure on division rival Chicago. The Cavs are just a half game behind Chicago in the division and conference, and have strung together a pair of wins – as well as eight of their last 10.
2/18/15 - With the All-Star break over, the Cleveland Cavaliers return to work this weekend, and are considered by Las Vegas sports books to be one of the favorites to make the NBA Finals this season. The Cavs will start the second half of the season on the road for three games, at Washington, New York and Detroit.
2/9/15 - The Cleveland Cavaliers finally lost a game, on the road at Indiana, but bounced back two nights later back home at Quicken Loans Arena to defeat the L.A. Lakers. The Cavs are just a half game back of both Washington and Central Division leader Chicago in the conference standings, and 3 ½ games back of conference No. 2 Toronto.
2/2/15 - They’ve won 10 straight, these Cleveland Cavaliers, but that’s not the longest winning streak in the league at the moment. Still, the Cavs have pulled to within a single game of division-leading Chicago, who also holds the fourth seed in the East.
1/26/15 - As expected, Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James was selected as an Eastern Conference starter in next month’s All-Star Game. James, however, was just the No. 2 vote-getter league-wide, after Golden State’s Stephen Curry.
1/19/15 - Has the sleeping giant wakened? After dropping six straight, the Cleveland Cavaliers finished off a road trip through the West Coast with back to back wins over both Los Angeles squads; the wins coincided with the return of LeBron James to the starting lineup from an injury.
12/22/14 - Winners of three out of their last four, the Cleveland Cavaliers knocked off one of the Western Conference’s high-flying squads on Sunday. The Memphis Grizzlies were the recipient of the Cavs’ team effort, which included a game-high 25 points from King James, and a dozen assists from Kyrie Irving.
12/15/14 - After reeling off eight straight wins to move to the top of the Central Division, the Cleveland Cavaliers embarked on a short road trip to the south. That road trip, though, did not help the Cavs, who lost both games, to Oklahoma City and New Orleans.
12/8/14 - The sleeping giant has finally awakened in Cleveland, where the Cavaliers’ six-game winning streak is tied with Atlanta for the longest current streak. The Cavs have also moved into first place in the Central Division; their 11-7 record has them just .011 ahead of Chicago at the moment.
12/1/14 - Look out, NBA, the Cleveland Cavaliers may be getting it together. The Cavs have won three straight after knocking off Indiana at home over the weekend. The team is reportedly looking for more bench help; they recently signed A.J. Price off the waiver wire and hope to get guard Matthew Dellavedova back this week.
11/25/14 - Even though they’ve gotten off to a slow start record-wise (currently 6-7), the Cleveland Cavaliers are starting to put things together. They’re the highest-scoring outfit in the Central Division on a per-game average (102-1 points per game), and just one of two squads in the division with a positive scoring differential (plus-1.6, just behind Chicago).
11/17/14 - Have the Cavs finally found their mojo? Winners of their last four, the Cleveland Cavaliers are finally on the plus side of things record-wise – although the big three of LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love are all spending significant minutes on the court while doing so.
11/10/14 - Could the reports of possible dissension in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ camp been a wake-up call? They’ve won their second game of the season after losing three straight, so it might be too soon to say if LeBron James and Kyrie Irving are playing on the same page.
11/3/14 - Should Cleveland Cavaliers fans be anxious over their rebuilt team’s slow start? Probably not, though an analysis by FiveThirtyEight showed that the Cavs’ offensive numbers were a little off from what one might expect. Still, chemistry sometimes takes time to form.
8/18/14 – The 2014-2015 Cleveland Cavaliers schedule emerged last week, and it should come as no surprise that each game is a can’t-miss, must-see match. LeBron James will play his first game since returning home on Oct. 30, with the season tip-off against the New York Knicks. Buy your Cavaliers tickets and be in the frenzied stadium when the curtain goes up on Cleveland’s most compelling campaign in history. Hoards of basketball fans will flock to the Quicken Loans Arena all season for marquee tilts against the champion San Antonio Spurs (Nov 19), Dallas Mavericks (Jan 4), Kevin Durant and OKC (Jan 25), Clippers (Feb 8) and Kobe Bryant and the Lakers (Feb 11). Of course, the Cavs will be a huge draw on the road—just wait for their Christmas Day game when James revisits his old team, the Miami Heat. The early bird gets the worm, right? Buy your Cleveland Cavaliers tickets before their demand skyrockets when the season starts!
Though the Cleveland Cavaliers looked poised for a return to the postseason in 2014, the squad fell short of their playoff goal for the fourth consecutive time. The Cavs saw an improvement on the year, but could only muster a 33-49 record in the East due to distractions in the lockeroom regarding Andrew Bynum, disappointing performances from recruits, and inadequate play on both sides of the ball. Not all was lost on the season, however, as the maturity of players like Anthony Bennett and winning the draft lottery scored Cleveland their third first overall pick in four years—selecting future superstar in waiting, the touted Andrew Wiggins. Oh, and did we forget to mention that this Ohio franchise won the award for the hands-down best offseason ever? The Cavaliers flipped from pretenders to serious contenders by convincing LeBron James to come home.
The King James two-year, $42M contract reinvigorated Cleveland and transformed the Cavs into a playoff-bound franchise. LeBron is the big-man-anchor his teammates desperately need, and will provide the awe-inspired play his hometown has been waiting for. Couple this extraordinary free-agent move with Cleveland’s hiring of overseas coaching legend David Blatt and the likely acquisition of Kevin Love from Minnesota—and you've got the makings of a super team. Buy Your Cleveland Cavaliers tickets to see the best player in the NBA play in his prime and in front of his hometown. Don’t delay because basketball fans everywhere will want to see this exciting team change the face of the Eastern Conference—save on Cavs tickets and buy yours with Razorgator today.