New Orleans Pelicans Cleveland Tickets
The New Orleans Pelicans are among the youngest sides in the league and have been part of the NBA for only thirteen years. In that time they have qualified for the playoffs six times in total, but have managed to get past the first round on only one occasion. That was during the 2008 season, when they beat the Mavericks to win their first and only division title to date. Over the last few years they have struggled to replicate that form, but have also shown signs of improvement. If you want to see their progress for yourself, then get your New Orleans Pelicans Cleveland tickets and enjoy the experience, live at the Quicken Loans Arena.
The New Orleans Pelicans are among the youngest franchises in the NBA today. They have had a rollercoaster of a ride over the years and last season they showed signs that all the pieces are starting to fall in place. They are a team on the up and as they improve year after year, the future certainly looks much brighter than it looked for them a few years back.
By the end of the nineties, the Charlotte Hornets were struggling to achieve success on the court and fill seats in the stands. Their owner, George Shinn decided, in 2001, to relocate the franchise and after going through quite few hurdles, finally managed to move the team to New Orleans.
The Pelicans start in the league was very encouraging, as they posted their first winning season in their very first year and managed to repeat this success the following season as well. They also qualified for the playoffs in their first two seasons but could not move further than the first round each time.
The Pelicans have been part of the league for thirteen years now and during that time they have managed to qualify for the playoffs a total of six times. They recorded their best season in 2008 when they won their first and only title, a division championship, in 2008. They are now about to take on the Cavaliers in an intriguing clash. Get your New Orleans Pelicans Cleveland tickets and watch the action unfold, live at the Quicken Loans Arena.