The week ahead for Cleveland

It’s not that the Cleveland Cavaliers don’t care about the regular season, but it seems that when LeBron James returned home to play with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, the season had the championship or bust label placed on it right away.

So with the second half of the NBA season starting after NBA All-Star weekend, it’s a good sign that the Cavaliers were one of the hottest teams in the league before the break, winning 14 of their last 16 games.

Cleveland is behind the Chicago Bulls in the Eastern Conference Central standings by one and a half games and are currently slated as the fifth seed if the season were to end today. But (thankfully) the season doesn’t end today, and the Cavaliers look to move up in the standings so they can at least host one, possibly two playoff series at the Q.

Getting back into the daily NBA grind, the Cavaliers have two games this week against the Washington Wizards and the New York Knicks, both of which are on the road. Fans looking to buy Cleveland Cavaliers tickets can use ScoreBig.com, who also provides us with information about the remaining tickets and prices for Cavaliers’ games this week.

The Cleveland Cavaliers play the Washington Wizards at the Verizon Center in Washington DC on February 20th. According to ScoreBig, There are fewer than 2,000 tickets remaining and the average ticket price is $202.61 with a get-in price of $66. Two days later, the Cavaliers will showcase their talents against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. There are fewer than 4,000 tickets remaining with an average ticket price of $363.90 and a walk-in price of $99.67.

The Cavaliers are Vegas favorites to come out of the Eastern Conference, so they aren’t sneaking up on anybody even though their record may suggest that. The additions of J.R. Smith and Timofey Mozgov have rounded out the roster and have the team playing at their peak. The Cavaliers are trending upward towards the NBA playoffs, which is a scary proposition for the rest of the league.

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