CLEVELAND - For the third straight year, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are matched up in the NBA Finals. The Warriors took the 2015 title, but blew a 3-1 lead in 2016 to end Cleveland's 52-year championship drought.
Right now, the Cavaliers appear outmatched as Golden State has a 3-1 lead, but we've been here before and we know what happened last time.
Game 1: Warriors 113, Cavaliers 91
Game 2: Warriors 132, Cavaliers 113
Game 3: Warriors 118, Cavaliers 113
Game 4: Warriors 116, Cavaliers 137
Game 5: June 12, 9 p.m.
Game 6: June 15, 9 p.m.
Game 7: June 18, 8 p.m.
(Home games are bolded.)
Tickets for the Finals are available online. Click here to purchase tickets. Doors for home games open two hours before tip-off.
Note that the city is implementing parking restrictions across certain areas downtown for games 3 and 4.
These streets will have no parking restrictions starting Wednesday at 4 p.m.:
• Huron Road – from Ontario Street to Prospect Avenue and from West 6th Street to Ontario
• Prospect Avenue – from Ontario Street to East 14th Street and from Ontario to W.6th
• East 9th Street – from Euclid Avenue to Carnegie Avenue
• East 4th Street – from Prospect Avenue to Huron Road
• East 2nd Street – from High Street to Prospect Avenue
• Erie Court – Between East 9th Street and East 14th Street
Games are aired on ABC and WTAM-1100. La MEGA 87.7 carries the broadcast in Spanish.
If you can't make it to The Q, there will still be plenty of places to party as you watch the games.
The Cavs will host Fan Fest on Gateway Plaza prior to home games and more than 50 northeast Ohio bars and restaurants will host parties sponsored by Wine & Gold Nation.
Fan Fest is free and will feature live music, food trucks and plenty of activities.
During away games, the Cavs will host watch parties inside The Q for $5. Tickets are limited to six per person. Fans can watch the game on the scoreboard inside The Q while all proceeds go to charity.
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