Cleveland Cavaliers tickets are available now through TicketSmarter. Originally founded in 1970 as an NBA expansion team, along with the Portland Trail Blazers and the Buffalo Braves. Sometimes referred to as the Cavs, they play in the Eastern Conference in the Central Division. Home games are played at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse located in Cleveland. They share the arena with the Cleveland Monsters who are an AHL hockey team. The arena can be found at 1, Center Court, Cleveland, OH 44115.
The team’s current mascots are Moondog and Sir C.C. Moondog first appeared in 2003 with Sir C.C., who is a swashbuckler character, first appeared in 2010. Stand out from the crowd with Cleveland Cavaliers tickets.
Following years of struggles during their infancy, the Cavaliers finally reached the NBA Playoffs and secured their first Central Division title in 1976. It would be 1992 before the Cavaliers made another playoff appearance.
The team acquired Akron native LeBron James in 2003 and starting becoming playoff contenders. Their first NBA Finals debut was in 2007 after winning their first conference title. They were swept by the San Antonio Spurs in 4 games. LeBron James would leave for the Miami Heat in 2010. He returned in 2014 and help to lead the team to their only national championship title in 2016. The 2016 NBA Championship title game came after beating the Golden State Warriors in seven games. This was the first national championship for the city of Cleveland since 1964. Secure your Cavaliers tickets online today without the hassle of heading down to the Cavs ticket office.
The TicketSmarter event calendar and seating chart allow you to locate the best seats for your budget at Cleveland Cavaliers games. Our filtering choices help you secure Cavaliers tickets at the best prices. Cleveland Cavaliers ticket prices are determined by who they are playing and when the game is scheduled. For cheap Cavs tickets, look for seats in the 200 level section. Also, non-conference games also offer cheaper seats.
Cleveland Cavaliers tickets start at $11 for seats in section 201. Most of the time, tickets average $71 per seat. For playoff or rivalry games, Cavs tickets can be purchased for about $130 per seat. If you want a premium experience, like courtside seats or a suite, those will be more expensive.
Fans looking for Cleveland Cavaliers tickets for the current basketball season can find them on TicketSmarter for prices starting at $7.00 and going as high as $11852.00. The average ticket prices for a single Cleveland Cavaliers game during the current season is around $249.40. Brooklyn Nets vs. Cleveland Cavaliers tickets for the game on 3/23/2023 7:30PM are available on TicketSmarter right now with prices ranging from $25.00 to $1488.00. There are 1511 tickets listed for the game on TicketSmarter, so grab yours today and make your plans to be at Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY for the matchup.
The Cavaliers can most often be found facing off against Central Division opponents in the Eastern Conference during their 82 game season. These opponents include the Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls, and Milwaukee Bucks. If there's a game you want to attend, you can take advantage of our intuitive Cleveland Cavaliers schedule at the top of this page. This calendar clearly displays every upcoming Cavs basketball game.
The current Cleveland Cavaliers season has 24 basketball games remaining on the schedule. Fans of the team are looking forward to the NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) game on June 18th, 2023 at TBD. It’s scheduled to take place at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, One Center Court, Cleveland, OH and there are 37 tickets on sale on TicketSmarter. NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) tickets are currently in the price range of $1603.00 to $2862.00.
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When the arena first opened in 1994, it was known as the Gund Arena. The former Cleveland Cavaliers owner, Gordon Gund, purchased the naming rights for the venue through 2005. Then it became the Quicken Loans Arena. After a renovation project held in 2019, the name of the arena changed to the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. This stadium holds the title for one of the largest seating capacity NBA facilities at 19,432. It has hosted numerous NCAA Tournament games as well as the Mid-American Conference (MAC) men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. The Cavaliers and the AHL Cleveland Monsters both share the arena.
There are three levels of seating plus multiple rows of courtside seating. There are 2,000 club seats and 88 suites available divided across two levels. Behind the south basketball goal is the Westfield Champions Club. This area has multiple different seating options and includes an all-inclusive club. The first row of courtside seating includes access to the Bacardi Ocho Signature Lounge. Using the TicketSmarter interactive Cleveland Cavaliers seating chart you can easily find all upcoming NBA games.
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