The Cleveland Cavaliers beat an all-time great Warriors team in the 2015 Finals to win Cleveland’s first title in a generation. The series exemplified just how good LeBron James has been and showed exactly why LeBron has dominated the league in the last 12 years. James once again had an awesome year averaging 25.3 points, 7.4 rebounds and 6.8 assists, numbers that are rarely matched in an NBA season. Flanking Lebron James as the second star of the Cavaliers is point guard Kyrie Irving. Irving possesses the most lethal dribble ability in the league, which when combined with his lightning quickness often leaves opposing defenders on the ground. The third star of this three-headed monster is Kevin Love, and while the UCLA product had a bit of a down season for his standards he proved vital to the Cavaliers championship pursuit with his rebounding and floor-spacing abilities. Look for Love to have a bounce-back campaign as he becomes more comfortable in his role for Cleveland.
The Cavaliers added 5' 9" point guard Kay Felder out of Oakland in the draft. Felder is a high-scoring guard who is an uber athlete in the mold of Isaiah Thomas and Nate Robinson. The biggest improvement that the Cavs can hope for going forward is the continued emergence of rebounding maniac Tristan Thompson. If the Cavaliers stay healthy it is likely that they will earn the top seed in the East and face off with the best the West has to offer in the Finals.
Quicken Loans Arena is home to the Cleveland Cavaliers. A private luxury suite for a Cavs game will include private entry into the arena and exclusive access to VIP lounges. Suites for a Cavaliers game will include VIP parking, a suite attendant, balcony seating, interior seating and a premium in-suite catering options. A Cavs suite will accommodate a group of 18-22 guests. Quicken Loans Arena will also welcome Demi Lovato & Nick Jonas, WWE: Smackdown and Kanye West.