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It is extremely difficult to top a championship performance in which your team came back from a 0 - 3 deficit, but the Cleveland Cavaliers will look to find a way to do it when the NBA 2016 - 2017 regular season kicks off this October. LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love and the rest of a winning Cavs lineup led by coach Tyronn Lue return to Quicken Loans Arena this fall to thrill fans once again. Will they be able to make it all the way back to the postseason for a shot at repeat titles? Find out and buy all your Cleveland Cavaliers tickets right here at Razorgator!

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Don’t look now, but the Cleveland Cavaliers are at it again. After sweeping through the first two rounds of the NBA Playoffs, Cleveland is marching toward a third straight appearance in the NBA Finals where it would once again face Golden State. The Cavs had no trouble on the road in the Eastern Conference Semifinals against Boston in games 1 and 2. The Cavs prevailed 117-104 in game 1 and 130-86 in game 2. The second game saw Cleveland build a massive 41-point halftime lead, the largest halftime advantage in NBA playoff history. Cleveland’s perfect postseason record was ended with a game 2 loss, 111-108. However, the team bounced back to capture game 4 by the score of 112-99.
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No team seems to be able to turn things up a notch in the game of basketball like the Cleveland Cavaliers. After playing up-and-down ball the final two months of season, and after losing the Eastern Conference’s top seed to the Boston Celtics, the Cavs have been on a tear in the postseason, breezing by their first two opponents without a loss. Cleveland swept Indiana and Toronto 4-0 each in rounds one and two. The Cavs topped the century mark in all eight games. Now matched up against Boston in the Eastern Conference Finals, Cleveland will try to make it three finals appearances in a row. Game 1 was played in Boston on May 17.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are resting up after sweeping the conference semifinals against the Raptors. Game 4 on May 7 sealed their position in the conference finals. LaBron James led the team with 35 points, and Kyrie Irving helped out with 27. With the win, the Cavaliers became the first team in the league to win eight consecutive games in the playoffs the year after winning the title. They also are the first team to win eight in a row in consecutive playoff seasons. The Cavaliers are waiting to see whether the Celtics or the Wizards will be their competition. The series is currently at 2-2. You can already get your tickets to the conference finals, with prices starting at $63.

In Game 1 of the conference semifinals, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Raptors 116-105. The Cavaliers came out strong, outscoring the Raptors 30-18 in the first quarter. Despite a late rally by the Raptors in the fourth quarter, the Cavaliers managed to remain in the lead. LeBron James scored 35 points, and Kyrie Irving helped out with another 24 points. The Cavaliers will look to sweep the series like they did the first round of playoffs. The two teams play again on May 3, May 5, and May 7, and there will be more games if needed. You can still get your tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $112.

Despite a few close calls, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers did what most fans expected they would do in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. They swept the Indiana Pacers. The opening game of the series proved to be the most stressful, as the Pacers went shot for shot with the reigning champions. Fortunately, the Cavs managed to win the clash 109-108. Cleveland will host either the Milwaukee Bucks or the Toronto Raptors in the first game of the Eastern Conference Semifinals on Monday, May 1. Tickets to the event at Quicken Loans Arena are on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $37.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are ahead 2-0 in a best of seven series against the Pacers in the first round of playoffs. In game 1, the Pacers started to come back from behind to nudge out the Cavaliers; however, the Cavaliers managed to win 109-108. In game 2, the Cavaliers had control through most of the game, although the Pacers began to rally in the fourth quarter. The Cavaliers were able to hang onto control and win 117-111. The two teams play at least twice more on the 20 and 23, with more games as needed. Get your tickets now so that you are there to watch the Cavaliers compete against the Pacers to see who will advance to the next round. Prices start at $42.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have just one game to go as regular season comes to a close. They still have to go through the Toronto Raptors to make it their playoff appearance official; however, at this point, LeBron and the Cavs are just waiting to find out their seed and first-round opponent. One possible matchup puts them against the Boston Celtics, which is always a rivalry worth watching. Regardless of which team shows up at Quicken Loans Arena on Sunday, April 16, you won’t want to miss the start of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals and NBA Playoffs. Tickets are on sale and available for prices starting as low as just $36.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are on a roll, winning their last four games in a row. With their latest win against the Celtics, the Cavaliers moved back into first place in the Eastern Division and have one game on Boston. LeBron James had a double-double with 10 rebounds and 36 points. With just four games left in the regular season, the Cavaliers will be looking to maintain their winning momentum. They have a home-home series against the Hawks on the 7 and 9 and then play the Heat in Miami on the 10 before having their last regular-season game at home against the Raptors on the 12. You still have time to get your tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at just $37.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are playoff bound, but that doesn’t mean the team is just brushing off a recent loss to the San Antonio Spurs. In fact, the 104-73 defeat dropped the Cavs out of first place in the Eastern Conference, making the next few games ultra important. Losing by 29 points is never fun, and it’s even more painful when the blowout loss affects a team’s seeding. With less than 10 games left in the regular season, Cleveland can’t afford any more missteps. The Cavs will look to pick up a win and get back on track on April 2 when the Indiana Pacers come to town. Tickets for that game start at $28.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have been atop the Eastern Conference virtually all season. Now that the playoffs are on the horizon, it’s time for the LeBron James-led team to shine. Last season, the Cavs shocked the record-setting Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, overcoming a 3-1 hole to win the championship series 4-3. As of March 23, the Cavs were 46-24, one game in front of the Boston Celtics. Forward Kevin Love has missed a few weeks due to injury, and the loss has shown. Cleveland is mediocre 6-8 since Feb. 25. The superstar James leads the team with 26.2 points per game. He also leads the squad in assists (8.8 per game) and steals (1.3).

After losing a close game against the Rockets on the 12, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Pistons 128-96 on March 14. LaBron James had a triple-double, his 52nd of his career and 10th of the season. He scored 16 points and had 12 assists and 11 rebounds. Kyrie Irving led the team with 26 points. The Cavaliers started off strong, and already led 74-48 at the half. The team were hot, shooting an impressive 60 percent and making 19 of 30 three pointers. The Cavaliers host the Jazz on the 16, and then they head on the road to play the Clippers, Lakers and Nuggets on the 18, 19 and 22 respectively. Get your tickets now for prices starting at $28.

Players and fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers are starting to get nervous after a series of injuries has rendered them unable to play with their usual power. In fact, small forward Kyle Korver is still battling foot soreness and has now been ruled out for the Cavs’ clash with the Detroit Pistons on Thursday night. It comes as a devastating setback, as this will be the first of a critical three-game road trip. Cleveland will need all the support they can get when they return to Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday, March 14, for a rematch with the Pistons. Tickets are currently on sale and available for prices as low as $23.

With a target on their backs all season, the defending NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers have been atop the Eastern Conference virtually all season long. As the calendar turned to March, Cleveland was 41-17, good enough for fourth-best in the NBA behind Golden State, San Antonio and Houston, all Western Conference teams. The Cavs ended February by winning five of their last six games, despite missing forward Kevin Love to injury. LeBron James is the undisputed king of the team, but Kyrie Irving led the team in scoring the final two games of February. He posted 34 in a 117-99 loss to Chicago on Feb. 25 and 25 points in a 102-95 victory over Milwaukee on Feb. 27.

Could the Cleveland Cavaliers be making their way towards a repeat championship? LeBron and company have certainly looked every bit the part in recent games. Monday night’s meeting with the Washington Wizards on the road was especially ridiculous, in a good way. The home team jumped ahead with a 32-26 lead after the first quarter and even managed to take the mighty Cavs into overtime. There, however, LeBron came alive to lead his team to an astounding 140-135 victory. It was a valiant effort for both teams and a thrilling match for fans in attendance. Catch the Cavaliers when they play the Denver Nuggets at home on February 11. Tickets are $29.

The Cleveland Cavaliers just finished up a six-game road trip. Kicking things off well, the Cavs easily beat the Nets and the Suns before heading to Utah Jan. 10. LeBron James scored 29 points and had five assists, but the Jazz sent them off with a 92-100 loss. Things went similarly in Portland a few nights later, but Cleveland got some of its swag back by overtaking the Kings 120-108 in the next game. The grand finale of the trip was a trip to Golden State, where the Warriors pounded the Cavaliers and sent them back to Ohio with another loss. Up next, the Cavs will play the No. 4 Spurs at Quicken Loans Arena this Saturday, Jan. 21. Tickets start at $63.

The NBA reigning champions from last season, the Cleveland Cavaliers, are still ruling the roost. They currently are topping the standing board in the Eastern conference and have won six of their last seven games. On January 2 the Cavaliers took on the New Orleans Pelicans for a surprisingly tough matchup. The Cavaliers were missing guard Kyrie Irving to a hamstring injury, along with a couple of other players who were out with the flu. However, LeBron James was able to pull up some of the slack and scored 26 points to give the Cavs the 90-82 win over the Pelicans. The Cavs hit the road for a long away spree and head back home on January 19 to play against the Spurs. Get your tickets today.

It’s a Christmas Day showdown for the Cleveland Cavaliers and rivals the Golden State Warriors, and it’s a game the whole country will be watching. After the Finals earlier this year, this rematch is what the Warriors have been waiting for. After flopping in the series with Cleveland, Steph Curry and the rest of the No. 1 GSW crew are ready to prove themselves against the Cavs, who are currently leading the Eastern Conference. What better gift to give your loved one than a great seat at this epic showdown at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio? We have tickets on sale now—grab yourself a pair or two! Prices start at $109.

It was an off week for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and they are glad it’s over. Last Tuesday’s loss to the Milwaukee Bucks seemed to set off a chain of bad luck, and the Cavs lost to the Clippers and the Bulls in their next two games. The skid didn’t end until this Monday in Toronto, when LeBron James and the rest of the crew beat the Raptors 116-112. Cleveland will be at home for the next three games, and the supportive crowd will hopefully be able to help them bounce back from the slump. They’ll play the Heat Friday, Dec. 9, the Hornets Saturday, Dec. 10, and the Grizzlies on Tuesday, Dec. 13. We have great prices on tickets available now!

The Cleveland Cavaliers are no strangers to making history, but a recent contest gave them another NBA record to add to their list of accomplishments. Sixteen three-pointers in the first half of Wednesday’s game against Portland is the most that any other franchise; the Golden State Warriors held the previous record with 15. Kevin Love made half of those baskets by himself, making 8-of-11 in the first two quarters. The shots helped the Cavs earn the 137-125 victory over the Trail Blazers, boosting their record to 10-2 and helping them keep their No. 1 spot. Cleveland plays the Mavericks this Friday, Nov. 25, at Quicken Loans Arena. Tickets start at $53 and are on sale now.

The Cleveland Cavaliers maintain their perfect record so far this season after narrowly beating the 76ers 102-101. The Cavaliers dominated the first quarter, outscoring the 76ers 34-19. The 76ers were able to gain some momentum, and narrowed the gap to just two points by the end of the third period. Channing Frye scored a 3-pointer with just over a minute left to give the Cavaliers a one-point lead. The Cavaliers were able to maintain the one-point lead for the final minute to win the game. The Cavaliers host the Hawks on November 8 and then head to Washington to play the Wizards on November 11. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $29.

It’s been a good year for professional sports in Ohio, and the Cleveland Cavaliers started out the brand new season reminding the country that they are the reigning NBA champs. Although they won the finals against the Warriors four months ago, the celebrating continued this week with a special ceremony during Wednesday’s season and home opener against the Knicks. Adam Silver was there to hand each of the players their rings, and Cleveland went on to end the night with a one in their win column. The Cavs continue their week with a game in Toronto on Friday and will be back at the Quicken Loans Arena on Saturday, Oct. 29, against Orlando. Tickets start at $24.

Never before have the Cleveland Cavaliers entered the season as defending champions, and if the preseason is any indication, the team isn’t taking the role lightly. While the club did drop a game to the Atlanta Hawks on October 10, the Cavs jumped out to a 2-0 start and have been playing like a team that isn’t satisfied with one trophy. The lineup is largely unchanged at the top, with certain additions to the bench that will likely add depth through the 2016-2017 season. Cleveland will be one of the first teams to play when the regular season starts, as they host the New York Knicks on October 25. Tickets for that game start at $156.

The Cleveland Cavaliers will be looking to add another championship title after LeBron James' first season back in the city helped the team bring the city its first professional sports title since 1954. There is tough competition out there, but the Cavaliers remain one of the favorites for going all the way to the Finals. The projected lineup for the start of the 2016-2017 lineup includes Kyrie Irving and Iman Shumpert at guard. James and Kevin Love will start as forwards, and Tristan Thompson will round out the team at center. The first preseason game will be at home against the Magic on October 5. You can already get your tickets for that and the rest of the Cavaliers' games this season. Prices start at $6.

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