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The NBA season is in full swing and there are many teams who are hoping to change their fortunes from last year. Amongst the hopefuls are these two teams who are both on the upswing with promising players and coaching staff as they attempt to make their season into a winning one. The citizens of Charlotte are all set to root for their team the Bobcats as they play against the visiting Cavaliers from Cleveland. This promises to be an interesting encounter between the two teams who are both vying for a higher spot in their conference. So buy your Cleveland Cavaliers Charlotte tickets and witness an epic game of basketball.
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The city that has been nicknamed as the Queen City is about to be the venue for an epic game of basketball. It just does not get any better than this. For the proud Charlotteans this is a golden opportunity to support their team against the two time reigning champions of the NBA. Get set to enjoy a thrilling contest of pure skill and stamina as the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the home team of Charlotte Bobcats. All you have to do to enjoy this opportunity is to buy Cleveland Cavaliers Charlotte tickets.
This promises to be an equal opportunity for both teams to impress their legions of fans and start this new season on a winning note. For Cleveland a win would be another positive step in the right direction. Cavalier’s fans need a winning season. The Bobcats themselves are in desperate need of a winning season to fulfill the faith of the franchise owner, the legendary Michael Jordan.
The Time Warner Cable Arena which is the home court of the Bobcats will be the venue for this upcoming game between the two rival teams who are both looking for a bright future after dismal previous seasons. After posting the worst record for a season in 2012 when they went 7-59 and lost the last 23 games, the Bobcats have made a gradual but steady ascent upwards and have been consistently improving.
The Cavaliers themselves have had to face adversity ever since Lebron James left for the Heat. However, things have started improving after Mike Brown was rehired as the coach and with the addition of a number of promising players including Andrew Baynum who previously played for the Lakers, excitement is high.