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Cavaliers Ticket Prices Drop 18% In 2015

Hardly anyone can figure these Cavaliers. They go on a run, then lose a few games, then they mix things up, and then people start pointing fingers. A team with LeBron James on it is sure to qualify for the playoffs, but what then is the real question. And how high will they be ranked?

The Cavaliers still lead the league in attendance according to ESPN with 18 games they are at 370,116 with an average of 20,562 per game which is up 26.98% average in 2013. In December of 2014 the Cavaliers Ticket price average was $240.00 per ticket and starting the New Year with no Lebron, and average play by the Cavs their ticket price average has dropped 18.75% to $195 per ticket. Only the New York Knicks ticket price average drop of 20.26% from $153.00 to $122.00 is a larger drop.

Here is a look at five upcoming games for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Bulls @ Cavaliers, January 19, Starting price $76, Average price $189
After their five-game road trip, the Cavs come back home to host the Chicago Bulls, their division rivals. LeBron James should be back in uniform for the game, a fact with which the table is set for a great game. When the season started, the Bulls and the Cavs were considered favorites to win the East, but they are trailing surprise teams such as Toronto Raptors and Atlanta Hawks.

Lakers @ Cavaliers, February 8, Starting price $103, Average price $167
It was a long time before James and Kobe played against each other as members of the Cavs and the Lakers. There were times when fans were dreaming of a finals matchup between Cleveland and Los Angeles. That hasn’t happened, and it doesn’t look like it will happen any time soon. For the time being, fans can enjoy the duel between Kobe and LeBron. You can view Cavaliers vs Lakers tickets for the Quicken Loans Arena. The Lakers vs Cavaliers ticket prices for the Staples Center have also dropped 18.18% from their get in the door high of $110.00 to $85.00 per ticket.

Heat @ Cavaliers, February 11, Starting price $84, Average price $225
James went to Miami this season for Christmas, but he hasn’t hosted his old team yet. He will have the chance to play host for the Heat on February 11th. Before teaming up with Dwayne Wade, James and his buddy had some of the best duels between them. Everything points to this game is one of the better as well.

Pistons @ Cavaliers, April 13, Starting price $46, Average price $79
You might say this is a meaningless, division game. However, the Detroit Pistons were the ones to embarrass the Cavs on their home court this season, causing LeBron James to question the defence of the Cavaliers. James and the Pistons do share a history, and the second game in the Quicken Loans Arena should be the one James will be waiting for revenge.

Wizards @ Cavaliers, April 15, Starting price $67, Average price $117
The Cavs close out the season versus one of the current top 3 teams in the East. This will also be a duel between two highly gifted point guards in John Wall and Kyrie Irving. Both of them were the number one pick, and both were supposed to save their franchise. Kyrie has LeBron now, and John Wall considers himself and Bradley Beal the best backcourt in the league. With all that in mind, the duel also serves as the booster for playoff confidence.

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BY: Chris M.

About Chris Michaels

Living the dream of being a sports and life enthusiast. After graduating from USC I decided to follow my passion to travel around the world and attend sporting events in every country.