Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles Tickets
The city of angels has rolled out the red carpet for the Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles game, which features one of the most formidable NBA franchises. The Cleveland Cavaliers is a member of the Central Division within the Eastern Conference. It was formed in 1970 and is based in Cleveland, Ohio, playing its home games at the Quicken Loans Arena. An Eastern Conference champion and three time Central Division champion, it is a franchise to see in action. Get your Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles tickets for the franchise’s upcoming game, which has got Los Angeles all excited.
The Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles game stars a franchise with navy, wine and gold as official colors. Owned by Dan Gilbert and managed by Chris Grant, the team is coached by Mike Brown. In the D-League, the Canton Charge is affiliated with the franchise, which won the Eastern Conference title in 2007. The team has also emerged as number one in the Central Division three times, winning the title in 2009 and 2010. Six of its numbers have been retired and it is the only charter member left in the Central Division.
It has been the home of many NBA legends over the past century, ranging from Kyvine Irving and Shaquille O’Neal to LeBron James, Nate Thurmond and Walt ‘Clyde’ Frazier. Other great MLB players have also played in the Cavaliers, including Mark Price, Brad Daugherty, Austin Carr and Zydrunas Ilgauskas. Its coaches and owners have also taken the spotlight numerous times, such as renowned owner Ted Stepien who was behind draft pick trading in the NBA. It comes as no surprise then that Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles tickets are selling rapidly by the hour.
The Cleveland Cavaliers is all set to play some of its award winning basketball in Los Angeles, one of the most famous cities in the world. One of the most ethnically diverse places in the world, let alone the US, it is a global city, a hub for entertainment, sports, fashion, media and science. Home to Hollywood, it has also hosted many sports events, such as the Olympic Games.