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Post-LeBron era Cavs tickets available for $2 before game vs. Nets

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In the second post-LeBron James era, Cleveland Cavaliers ticket prices have hit an all-time low. Not exactly a stunning NBA development.

According to Bleacher Report, TMZ Sports captured an image of tickets going as low as $2 on Flash Seats. This was to enter Wednesday’s game against the Brooklyn Nets.

The Cavs would eventually lose the game, 102-86 and falling to 0-4 on the young NBA season.

According to the same report, the Cavs have averaged more fans so far at home games this NBA season. The Cavs are averaging 19,432. The Los Angeles Lakers are averaging 18,997 fans per home game.

This wasn’t the way the Cavs had hope their season would start. They were still hoping to get into the playoffs without James. However, with blowout losses to the Atlanta Hawks and the Brooklyn Nets, both at home, those playoff dreams could be slipping away very quickly for the team and the organization, even in a weak NBA Eastern Conference.

Things could still change in a positive way for the Cavs. They do have a couple of bright spots on the team, which includes Kevin Love, Cedi Osman and Collin Sexton.

It will be interesting to see what the Cavaliers will do with this team later in the season. The Cavs have several veteran players in which playoff contending teams could possibly use.

The Cavs cannot trade Love until January due to signing a contract extension, which probably has made Love more valuable in NBA trade discussions.

Quicken Loans Arena is also undergoing arena renovations. It will be interesting to see how much the team makes in money this season.