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For the Cavaliers, this is their first trip to the NBA Finals since 2006-2007 when they lost to the San Antonio Spurs. Once Lebron James joined the squad this past summer, the chances of the Cavaliers making it to the NBA finals increased tenfold. The team had a rocky start, however, once they added J.R. Smith and Timofey Mozgov and J.R. Smith, their record improved drastically and they went on to a final record of 53-29 during the regular season. In the opening round of the playoffs, they swept by the Boston Celtics in a fast four games and later defeated the 2015 powerhouse Chicago Bulls Team. The Cavs opponent for the NBA finals will be either the Golden State Warriors or the Houston Rockets.
Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland is the home arena for the Cleveland Cavaliers from the National Basketball Association and over the years this venue has hosted a plethora of outstanding talent. Some of the most memorable moments at Quicken Loans Arena include: Billy Joel, numerous WWE events, Figure Skating Championships, Bruce Springsteen and John Fogerty.
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