Cleveland Cavaliers NBA schedule
The Cavaliers, one of the most successful NBA teams of the 21st century, are ready to start life without their star player LeBron James. The maverick, seen by many as one of the greatest players of all time, joined the LA Lakers for the new 2018-19 NBA season. Don't worry though, there are plenty of star Cavaliers players that are ready to step into the big man's shoes. Here at StubHub you can find a wide range of Cleveland Cavaliers tickets, so get yours today and be there courtside. With four consecutive Finals appearances (2015-2018), and one Championship to their name (2016), there's no doubt that the Cleveland Cavaliers have become one of the teams to watch. Playing out of the Quicken Loans Arena, you can see the Cavs take on their rivals like the Golden State Warriors or Chicago Bulls in some of the best NBA games around. So, get down to Cleveland Ohio as the Cavaliers get ready for another epic season of basketball action and drama. Buy and sell Cleveland Cavaliers tickets today, before they are all gone.
Cleveland Cavaliers history
Founded in 1970, the Cavaliers had a slow start to their life in the NBA, losing their first 15 games. However, there's no doubt that the seminal moment in the life of the Cleveland NBA team came in 2003 when they were awarded the top overall pick in the draft and chose a young, fresh-faced Ohian called LeBron Raymone James Sr. Since then he has gone on to become one of the all time greats of the game, drawing comparisons to the likes of Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson. After joining the Miami Heat for a successful stint from 2010-2014 (winning the 2012 and 2013 NBA championship), James returned to the Cavs and inspired them to four consecutive NBA Finals, winning one of them. People who have Cavalier tickets are excited to see how far the team can go and what the future holds for them without LeBron. One thing is for sure: Cavs tickets are selling like hotcakes, so get yours on StubHub today before it's too late!
The Q - home of the Cleveland Cavaliers
The Cavaliers play their home games at the 20,562 seater Quicken Loans Arena. Opened in 1994, the venue is also home to the Cleveland Monsters of the AHL and the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League. This stadium has witnessed some epic sporting events, none more so than the Cleveland Cavaliers' 2016 NBA Championship. So, what are you waiting for? Get your Cleveland Cavaliers tickets now.