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The Cleveland Cavaliers are a team with an interesting playoff history, one that started out quietly but grew in stature quickly thanks to the arrival of one of the best players to ever play the sport. Now Cleveland can claim that they have been an NBA champion, and have taken part in one of the great rivalries in the history of the NBA playoffs.
That elite player, of course, is LeBron James, who led the Cavaliers to numerous NBA Finals appearances during his time with the team. James was a franchise-changing talent from the moment he started his pro career, as he got the Cavaliers to the playoffs in nearly every season he spent playing for the Cavs. During his first run in Cleveland, James almost single-handedly took the Cavs to the Finals, putting on legendary performance after legendary performance deep into the postseason.
But nothing compares to the run of Finals appearances that James led the Cavaliers to from 2015 to 2018. James and stars like Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love made for a team that was good enough to give James a breather once in a while, but also featured a roster where James could take over when he needed to do so.
Cleveland faced the Golden State Warriors in all four of those Finals appearances, with the team winning the championship in 2016 thanks to an amazing blocked shot by James in the final moments of game seven, before Kyrie Irving hit an isolation three-point shot to put the Cavs ahead for good. The win stunned the crowd in Golden State’s Oracle Arena, and fulfilled LeBron’s promise to “win one for The Land” when he agreed to rejoin the Cavs.
The rivalry with the Warriors is one that will be talked about for generations to come, as legends of the game like LeBron took on Golden State stars like Steph Curry and Kevin Durant, with many of the best players from this generation deciding who would win the title each year for four straight seasons.
Frequently Asked Questions About Cleveland Cavaliers Playoff Tickets and Event Information
When do Cleveland Cavaliers playoff tickets go on sale?
Cavaliers playoffs tickets usually go on sale near the end of March or in early April. When exactly this happens depends on when the Cavaliers actually clinch a spot in the playoffs. Depending on the season, it may take longer for Cavaliers playoff tickets to go on sale than if they clinch comfortably.
How much are Cleveland Cavaliers playoff tickets?
Cavaliers playoff ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Cavaliers playoff tickets can be found for as low as $133.00, with an average price of $213.00.
How to get cheap Cleveland Cavaliers playoff tickets?
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