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The match against Philadelphia 76ers saw quite a few records tumble. First and foremost, the Cavaliers were able to stream to their 10th consecutive win. The match against the 76ers saw LeBrown James in his true colors. This match saw James beating all what the 76ers defense had to throw at him, and scoring 29 points. Needless to say, the 29 points scored by Brown powered the Cavs to a 101-93 score line over the 76ers.
What really made the difference at the end was the performance of the Cavs in the third quarter. Until then things were on an even keel. The Cavs made a move ahead with James showing his shooting skills and by the time the whistle blew, the Cavs had built up a score line of 36-19 for the 3rd quarter. The demolition job of James was finally over when the Cavs outscored the 76ers by 8 points at the time the final whistle blew.

There were no upsets in any of the other games, but the one major result coming through was from the match up of Knicks versus Nets. The Nets who were expected to coast through the Knicks came up for some stiff resistance after Devon Harris early surge. At the end of the day, the Knicks were able to give back to Nets something they have been receiving regularly for the last 6 seasons – A thrashing!

But then, the boss of the hour undoubtedly is Lebrown James. This point guard has been making some news due to his exceptional ball play skills. In the game against the 76ers, James clocked up 29 points, something people feel was the sole reason behind the victory of the Cavs over 76ers. James, after this game, will definitely have swooned up the reputation of being a giant, killing who would take some doing for reputation.

There have been other noticeable performances from games being played elsewhere too. Al Harrington’s exploits against the Nets seems to be one of the many. Jason Kapono’s effort to hand the Raptors their first victory after five losses against Indiana Pacers has been spoken about for a while now. Manu Gibbili’s 27 point hit to spur the Hawks for a victory against Indiana Pacers, would be talked about for some more days to come.

But really, the man of the hour has to be LeBrown James. Each of his 29 games had the stamp or the authority of a player who would need some stopping. The 76ers threw everything they had at him, but with James in this kind of form, it was difficult to stop him. Where you can buy cheap Cleveland Cavaliers tickets at this ticket broker that sells Cheap Cleveland Cavaliers Tickets online.


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The Cleveland Cavaliers began their first NBA season in 1970 under the direction of Bill Fitch. Like many expansion teams, they struggled in the early years, but slowly progressed. After a 15-67 first season, they continued to build their team around first-round draft pick Austin Carr, a star at Notre Dame. They added players like Bingo Smith, Dick Snyder, Campy Russell, Foots Walker, Nate Thurmond, and Jim Chones. And in the 1975 – 1976 seasons, their patience paid off.

Bill Fitch won the league’s Coach of the Year Award as the team finished with a 49-33 record and a first-place finish in the Central Division. In their first playoff appearance, the Cavs won a thrilling 7-game series against Elvin Hayes and the Washington Bullets. It was a series which became known as the “Miracle of Richfield” because of the many heroics and last second wins in the series. However, just as they prepared for the Eastern Conference Finals against Boston, Jim Chones broke his foot in practice. And with his broken foot went the Cavs broken dreams as they lost the series to Boston, 4-2.

After playoff appearances in each of the following two seasons, the Cavs struggled through much of the early 80s. New owner, Ted Stepian, hired and fired over a half-dozen coaches, and came within days of moving the team to Toronto to become the Toronto Towers. However, George and Gordon Gund, owners of the NHL’s Minnesota North Stars, stepped in and bought the team in the mid-80s, keeping them in Cleveland.

The team began to rebuild with the 1986, drafting or trading for Brad Daugherty, Ron Harper, Mark Price, and Larry Nance. In eight of the next nine seasons the Cavs made the playoffs, winning more than 50 games in three of those seasons. They were 57-25 in the 1991-92 year which included a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals in against Chicago. The Bulls prevailed in the series, 4-2.

After playing 20 years at the Coliseum in Richfield, the Cavs moved to Gund Arena in downtown Cleveland, their current home. In the rafters hang the retired numbers of Cav greats Bingo Smith, Larry Nance, Brad Daugherty, Austin Carr, Nate Thurmond, and Mark Price.
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