CLEVELAND -- As Round 2 of the NBA playoff is underway, Cleveland Cavaliers fans are hopeful for another championship.
Below is a guide for everything fans need to know about the playoffs, including schedules, where to watch and how to get tickets.
SCHEDULE & HEADLINES
Game 1: Tuesday, May 1 at 8 p.m. in Toronto. Cavs WIN in overtime 113-112.
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Game 2: Thursday, May 3 at 6 p.m. in Toronto. Cavs WIN 128-110.
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Game 3: Saturday, May 5 at 8:30 p.m. in Cleveland. Cavs WIN 105-103.
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Game 4: Monday, May 7 at 8:30 p.m. in Cleveland
Game 5: (if needed): Wednesday, May 9 in Toronto
Game 6: (if needed): Friday, May 11 in Cleveland
Game 7: (if needed): Sunday, May 13 in Toronto
All playoff games will be broadcast on WTAM-1100 and La MEGA 87.7 FM.
Tickets are still available for Round 2 here.
WHATEVER IT TAKES
The Cavaliers announced the team's official playoff slogan Thursday: "Whatever it takes." The team has been handing out t-shirts to fans at home games bearing the slogan.
You don't need game tickets to celebrate with fellow wine and gold fans.
The Cavaliers will again host Fan Fests prior to home games on the Gateway Plaza between Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field. The event is free to all.
Fan Fest will provide entertainment, games and live performances for all ages. There will be an interactive zone for fans to test their basketball skills, live music, performances by the Cavalier Girls, Scream Team and Q-Stix and food trucks from across Northeast Ohio.
The Cavaliers are also resurrecting road game watch parties, which are held at Quicken Loans Arena during away games. Games are broadcast on The Q's scoreboard and fans can participate in various games and activities on the arena floor. Concession stands will also be open.
Admission is $5 and all proceeds go to the Say Yes to Education and Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity charities. Doors open 90 minutes before tip-off.
Watch party tickets for games 1 and 2 are on sale now at Cavs.com, Drug Mart and The Q box office.
More than 50 Northeast Ohio bars and restaurants will also host watch parties, officially presented by Budweiser. See the full list of locations here.
This is a friendly reminder that The Q is currently undergoing renovations. As a result, you might experience some different traffic patterns downtown.
The team encourages fans to take the RTA to games in order to avoid traffic and parking congestion.
Here's how The Q renovation impacts traffic patterns in the area:
The Gateway East garage and bridge will remain open. The JACK Casino north bridge will remain open through the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers season prior to its elimination this summer.
On game days, Cleveland police say the following restrictions will apply two hours prior to games and events:
- Huron Road becomes two lanes eastbound from Ontario Street to the Gateway East garage entrance
- Huron Road closes westbound at Prospect Avenue
- E. 4th Street southbound becomes left turn only onto Huron Road
After games and events, traffic flow will be impacted as follows:
- Huron Road closes to eastbound traffic from Ontario Street to the Gateway East garage
- Cars leaving the Gateway East garage at Huron Road can only turn left
- E. 4th Street will be right turn only at Huron Road
Click here to learn more details on how construction is impacting the downtown area.