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Cleveland Cavaliers 2014-2015 News and Updates
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!
4/17/14 - Winners of just one in their last five, the Cleveland Cavaliers will be facing a lot of personnel questions during the offseason. Despite having a balanced scoresheet and seven players scoring in double figures, the Cafs failed to overcome Boston, falling 111-99 on April 12 in their next to last game of the season. Three Cavs – starters Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters, and reserve Jarrett Jack – each had 15 points on the night, making them the team’s leading scorers. Jack also had six assists and a steal; while Tristan Thompson notched a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds. Tyler Zeller added 12 points and seven boards coming off the bench, while Spencer Hawes collected 10 boards. Luol Deng, who did not play and is eligible for free agency, is expected to receive a “modest” offer, according to the Fansided blog.
4/10/14 - It was Kyrie Irving and a cast of thousands last weekend in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 96-94 overtime loss to playoff-bound Charlotte. Irving’s 44 point explosion (16-of-31 from the field, including 5-for-9 from three-point land) was nearly half of the Cavs’ total offensive output for the night; only Dion Waiters (14 points) would join Irving in breaking the double-figure mark in points scored. Irving’s contributions to Cleveland’s stat sheet also included eight assists, seven rebounds, and three steals; Tristan Thompson pulled down 12 rebounds, while Tyler Zeller cleared eight boards, and Waiters had three rebounds as well as blocking three shots.
4/2/14 - Even though he still has a strained left biceps, Cleveland Cavaliers All Star guard Kyrie Irving was cleared to play – and start – in the Cavs’ visit to Orlando on April 2. Irving strained the arm in the Cavs’ game against the Los Angeles Lakers on March 16; in his absence, the Cavaliers went 4-4, including a big 90-76 win over formerly East-leading Indiana on March 30. In that game, all five Cavaliers starters, plus one reserve (Matthew Dellavedova) scored in double figures; led by Dion Waiters’ 19 points while forward Tristan Thompson collected a double-double of 12 points and 16 rebounds. Jarrett Jack added 11 points, nine assists, six rebounds, a steal and a blocked shot, and Luol Deng contributed 15 points and five rebounds for the Cavs.
3/26/14 - The Cleveland Cavaliers have won consecutive games for the first time since the middle of the month, pairing a narrow 106-100 road win over the Knicks in New York with an even narrower 102-100 victory over visiting Toronto two days later. All five Cavaliers starters connected for double figure scoring, led by Dion Waiters’ 24 points; Luol Deng contributed 19 points, and fellow forward Tristan Thompson hit for a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds. Jarrett Jack followed a 31 point explosion in Manhattan with 13 points against the Raptors, while centers Spencer Hawes and Anderson Varejao added 11 points each; Hayes also rejected a trio of shots.
3/19/14 - Time may be running out on the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2013-14 season. With their recent 100-96 loss to Miami on March 18, the Cavaliers fell to five games behind Atlanta for the eighth slot in the Eastern Conference, and a game and a half back of ninth place New York. To add insult to injury in more ways than one, the Cavs’ one certified All Star, Kyrie Irving, may be done for the season after leaving the team’s loss to the Los Angeles Clippers last weekend with a biceps injury. Irving was reported by the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper as leaving Staples Center with his injured left arm in a sling. An MRI would reveal the injury to be a biceps tendon strain.
3/13/14 - Despite a 30 point, eight rebound, eight assist, two steal performance by All Star Kyrie Irving, the Cleveland Cavaliers were unable to provide a positive end of the night in which longtime center Zydrunas Ilgauskas had his number 11 jersey retired by the team, losing 107-97 to the New York Knicks, who are also battling it out with the Cavs and Detroit to overhaul Atlanta for the eighth and final slot in the Eastern Conference. Spencer Hawes had 21 points, 10 boards, three assists, a steal and three blocks for the Cavs as well, who got all of 16 points from their reserves on the night.
3/6/14 - Even though the Cleveland Cavaliers are just 5-5 over their last 10 games, and have dropped their last two straight, most recently a 122-101 pasting by San Antonio, the Cavs are within a sniff of playoff contention, just four games behind Atlanta in the 8th spot. Still, the back to back losses to Memphis and the Spurs mean Cleveland has an extremely thin margin for error if they expect to make the postseason. Dion Waiters, back to action for the Cavs after missing several games, and Kyrie Irving each had 24 points for the Cavaliers in their loss to the Spurs; Spencer Hawes also added 20 points, along with 13 rebounds.
2/27/14 - Rumblings still swirl in Cleveland, as questions continue to be asked whether All Star guard Kyrie Irving will follow in LeBron James’ footsteps in departing the Cavaliers. It’s expected that the Cavs will offer Irving a max extension on this contract this offseason. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst notes that the Cavs “aren’t without leverage” in the situation, with Cleveland able to match any deal under restricted free agency in summer 2015, and control his rights through the following year. Despite all the contract talk, Irving continues to keep his focus on court, leading the Cavs with 25 points, nine rebounds, and four assists in a recent loss to Toronto.
2/21/14 - It was quite a weekend for the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving in New Orleans. Irving was awarded the NBA All Star Game’s Most Valuable Player award for his role in the Eastern Conference’s comeback win. As one of the East’s starting guards, Irving hung 31 points on the West while notching 14 assists in 34 minutes of playing time, the most of any East starter. Irving also participated in Saturday night’s three point shooting contest, but was unable to defend his title, finishing back in the pack.
2/7/14 - Despite their opponent, the Los Angeles Lakers, only dressing eight players (leading to a unique situation where a Lakers player fouling out did not have to leave the game), the Cleveland Cavaliers were unable to pick up the win, falling 119-108 to the Purple and Gold. After the game, Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert fired general manager Chris Grant. According to a Yahoo! Sports report, owner Gilbert had grown increasingly frustrated with the Cavs losing (including their last six straight), with the game against the Lakers as the breaking point.
1/31/14 - In or out? The rumors are swirling around the Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving. While Chad Ford of ESPN recently reported that Irving has spoken privately about wanting out of Cleveland, Irving told the Akron Beacon-Journal, “I’m happy to be here. And I’m pretty sure I’m going to be here for a long time,” speaking after the Cavs lackluster loss to the New York Knicks. Irving will be one of the Eastern Conference’s starters at the NBA All Star Game in New Orleans later this month.
1/10/14 – Cleveland recently acquired Luol Deng from the Bulls in exchange for center Andrew Bynum (who was later waived by Chicago) and future draft picks. The Cavs are looking for an immediate impact from the two-time All-Star small forward, primarily as a leader. Deng will transition on the upcoming five-game road trip before the Cavs return home to play Dallas Jan 20. Despite what the Cavaliers 12-23 record might suggest, there is still hope. We’ve seen glimpses of such against the league’s best including a competitive game at home in December versus the Blazers. Kyrie Irving had a stellar performance scoring 25 points with 10 assists that night, rallying late and scoring nine straight down the stretch. While the point guard is currently out of the lineup (bruised knee), he will be back soon; and the Cavs will need him. Irving currently leads the team averaging 22.2 points and 6.1 assists.
2/20/14 - 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.
Cleveland Cavaliers 2014-2015 Season
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!
Despite adding Andrew Bynum and top draft pick Anthony Bennett to the potent and exciting young core of third-year point guard and undisputed team leader Kyrie Irving, Dion Walters, Tristan Thompson, and Tyler Zeller, Cleveland Cavalier tickets have dropped 26% in price since last season on the secondary market, the biggest drop in ticket price in the NBA. Averaging $103 to see a Cavs home game at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland residents might get the best deal this year on tickets. Statistically, the team has one of the top defenses in the league, holding opponents to .405 shooting and allowing just 91.3 points per game average, second-lowest in the league as of Wednesday. While Bennett has had a slow start, Cavs fans have welcomed significant contributions from free-agent acquisition Jarrett Jack and role player C.J. Miles.
Led by All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving, the Cavaliers are in the position to compete for their first playoff berth since the departure of Lebron James. If 2013 #1 overall draft pick Anthony Bennett can live up to his potential and free agent acquisition Andrew Bynum can stay healthy, the Cavs will be one of the most promising, young teams in the Eastern Conference. Andrew Bynum spent 7 years in Los Angeles and helped the Lakers win 2 NBA titles. Due to injury, he did not play last season for Philly thus Bynum's return to the Staples Center will be on January 14. The Cavs should also expect to benefit from the improvement of 21-year old Dion Waiters and 22-year old Tristan Thompson. Not surprisingly, the two most expensive home games at Quicken Loans Arena in 2013-14 are against Lebron’s NBA Champion Heat on 11/27 and 3/18.