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Kyrie Irving has proven a more than capable basketball player in his rookie season. The Cavs first round pick came in the 2012 season with questions concerning his professional ability. Cleveland now has a point guard who can take most of the league off the dribble, hit the outside shoot at more than 41.4 percent, and is a year away from posting impressive assist numbers. The Cavaliers have a decent crew of young players around him too.

Forward Tristan Thompson has enjoyed some time in the starting lineup, though out of position at center. He is better equipped to play power forward. Next season he may have the chance to start at his more appropriate position. Antawn Jamison is in the last year of his contract and it is unforeseeable the GM would resign him since this basketball team is rebuilding. Small forward Omri Casspi has demonstrated he can score when he played in Sacramento. Now that he is a Cav, he has yet to put up the same type of numbers or shooting percentages.

Head Coach Byron Scott will welcome a top talent from this loaded draft. The team could have the next Bill Russell in Anthony Davis, a prolific scoring small forward in Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, a very good spot up shooter in Harrison Barnes, a smooth shooter in Austin Rivers, and many, many more options.

Cleveland Cavaliers History

The Cleveland Cavaliers enter the NBA in the 1970-1971 season. The first few seasons were rough, but by 1975 the Cavs appeared to be on the verge of moving beyond the difficult expansion phase. Cleveland played in the postseason in three consecutive seasons, but the roster full of players like Austin Carr, Jim Brewer, and Jim Cleamons soon sank to the bottom of the Central Division and Eastern Conference.

A change in ownership resulted in three dismal years in which owner Ted Stepien created a farce of a professional basketball franchise. Cheap contests and inane trades on draft days set the franchise back. The Gund brothers took over ownership and moved forward, forced to endure a couple more tough seasons before building a roster through the draft and trades that included Brad Daugherty, Mark Price, Ron Harper and Larry Nance. These players would make the Cavs contenders from the 1987-88 season until the 1992-93 season.

Another decade of futility followed before the team added phenom LeBron James in the 2003 draft. The Cavaliers became the talk of the Eastern Conference from the 2005-06 season until the 2009-10 season. The Cavaliers went so far as to reach the NBA Finals in 2007 thanks to the outstanding play of James. Consistent playoff failure resulted in LeBron's departure in the summer of 2010. Now the franchise has begun rebuilding and TheSeats has the Cavaliers tickets to witness this resuscitation.

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NBA Eastern Conference Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Boston Celtics - Home Game 3 May 25, 2018
Fri 8:30PM
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, OH
NBA Eastern Conference Finals: Boston Celtics vs. Cleveland Cavaliers - Home Game 4 (If Necessary) May 27, 2018
Sun 8:30PM
TD Garden
Boston, MA
NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (If Necessary) Jun 6, 2018
Wed 9:00PM
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, OH
NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (If Necessary) Jun 8, 2018
Fri 9:00PM
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, OH
NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (If Necessary) Jun 14, 2018
Thu 9:00PM
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, OH
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