Cavaliers vs Clippers
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The Cleveland Cavaliers are rebuilding their team by replacing the old coach and manager. Chris Grant is their new manager and Byron Scott, an illustrious player of the League is the head coach. When Cavaliers meet Clippers, sparks will fly. Book your Cavaliers Clippers tickets today!
The Cleveland Cavaliers: A brief history
The Cavs, as they are popularly called, began as an expansion team. They were founded in 1970 and play their home games at the Quicken Loans Arena.
The Cavaliers did not have a great start and had the initial teething troubles that all expansion teams have to go through. Bill Fitch was the Head Coach and their home arena was the Cleveland Arena for four years. Then the Cavaliers shifted base twice - first to the Coliseum at Richfield until 1994 and then to the Quicken Loans arena (previously known as the Gund Arena).
After one decade of lackluster performance, the Cavs entered a brief period of ownership change. Stan Albeck replaced their former coach, with comparatively little improvement. At that time, the ownership also switched to Joe Zingale, the minority shareowner. However, after a few months it was again sold to Ted Stepien, the Nationwide Advertising magnate.
In 1983, an evident change set in with the Gunds purchasing the Cavaliers. They adopted the name “Cavs” as their official name. They also changed their colors to burnt orange and navy blue. The Cavaliers had some serious marketing under their belt, but on the game front there wasn't much of an improvement. The new coach George Karl also could not do much to ensure their entrance into the playoffs for the 1983-84 season. They could get an entry only to the 1985 playoffs.
Players such as Nance, Daugherty and Price improved the Cavaliers' performance, but 1992- 2003 years were yet another troublesome patch with many players retiring or exiting the team. Even the coach left for a better option.
From 2003 onwards, a new star called LeBron James came to the rescue of the Cavaliers. A new era dawned for the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball, and they jazzed it up with new colors and logos. However, this lasted only for a short time because LeBron signed up with the Miami Heat in 2010.
The Cavaliers have contributed many notable players like Lance Allred, the first deaf player in the NBA.
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