Cleveland Cavaliers Information

The Cleveland Cavaliers (also known as the Cavs) are one of the American National professional basketball team. The Cavs are based in Cleveland, Ohio. The team competes in the NBA (National Basketball Association) as a member of the Eastern Conference Central Division. When the club was founded in 1970, it began playing its home games at Cleveland Arena from 1970-1974. Later, the Cavs moved to Richfield Coliseum in 1974. The team eventually shifted to its current home arena, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, in 1994.

The Cavs selected navy blue, black, gold, and wine officially as their uniform theme colors. They struggled in the early years, where the team lost 15 games that ended up to be some sort of earlier disappointments for them. The Cavs kept putting all of their efforts and finally won their first Central Division title in 1976. The Cavs have played 48 seasons so far in which they have achieved a winning record 23 times. The team has two official mascots known as Sir C.C. and Moondog.

The Cavs have won overall 1 Championship, 5 Conference titles, and 7 Division titles. Chicago Bulls and Golden State Warriors are known as the rivals for Cleveland Cavaliers. They have made the playoff tens times between 1984-85 and 1997-98. The Cavs have inducted some of their active players into the Hall of Fame, such as Walt Frazier, Nate Thurmond, Shaquille O’Neal, and Lenny Wilkens. A few coaches who have been inducted into the Hall of Famers are Bill Fitch and Chucky Daly. Shaquille O'Neal was added to the FIBA Hall of Famers.


Current Coach: John Beilein

Affiliations: Canton Charge