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The Cleveland Cavaliers are a professional basketball team in the National Basketball Association (the NBA). The Cleveland Cavaliers play in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference with four other teams: the Detroit Pistons, the Chicago Bulls, the Indiana Pacers and the Milwaukee Bucks. Cavs tickets will surely be hard to come by during the 2014-2015 NBA schedule.
Cleveland Cavaliers 2014-2015 Outlook
LeBron James’ Cavaliers may struggle to jell offensively, and they might not have the personnel to construct an elite defense at all. Neither of those issues stopped them from earning the NBA’s best title odds—mainly because a long season will give new head coach David Blatt plenty of time to work out the kinks.
And if he can’t figure everything out, he’s still got the best player in the world on his team. That alone is enough to justify Cleveland’s spot as contenders.
There’s reason to believe the Cavs will hit the ground running on offense, and not just because they have such an absurdly talented core. The truth is we’ve seen how potent these guys can be during preseason play.
James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love and Dion Waiters all attempted at least three triples per game during exhibition season, and all four connected on at least 41 percent of those shots. James, because he is not human, made exactly 50 percent.
Irving was a preseason lightning bolt, using defenders’ hesitation to leave their assignments to dart into the lane whenever he wanted. Drive-and-kick opportunities were endless, and they’ll continue to be—unless the league allows opponents to use six players against Cleveland.
Actually, even then...
Injuries, the slog of an 82-game season and various other uncertainties mean there are no sure things in the NBA.
But the Cavs come close.
Quicken Loans Arena
The Cleveland Cavaliers play their home games in the Quicken Loans Arena. The Quicken Loans Arena opened in 1994, and until 2005 was known as the Gund Arena (named for a former owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Gordon Gund). In addition to hosting Cleveland Cavaliers NBA home games, the Quicken Loans Arena also hosts all of the home professional hockey games for the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League and all of the home professional football games for the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League. The Quicken Loans Arena holds a seating capacity of 20,562 devoted die-hard Cleveland Cavaliers fans. The Quicken Loans Arena has also played host to numerous memorable and historic concerts and special events during its 14 year history, including the 1997 NBA All-Star Game and the 2007 Women’s NCAA College Basketball Final Four.
Quicken Loans Arena
One Center Court
Cleveland, Ohio 44115