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The Cleveland Cavaliers have been playing basketball in the NBA since 1970, but they have never won an NBA championship. The Cavaliers have had several notable players throughout the team's history, including John Amaechi, the first openly gay NBA player, and Lance Allred, the first deaf person to play in the NBA. Former Cavaliers who have been inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame include Nate Thurmond and Lance Frazier. When LeBron James was a member of the Cavaliers, he won the NBA Rookie of the Year award in 2004, and he won Most Valuable Player awards in 2009 and 2010.

Quicken Loans Arena, Home to the Cleveland Cavaliers

Quicken Loans Arena opened on Oct. 17, 1994, with a Billy Joel concert. The 20,562-seat facility, the home of the Cleveland Cavaliers, also played host to the 1997 All-Star Game and the third and fourth games of the 2007 NBA Finals contested by the Cavaliers and the San Antonio Spurs. The WNBA's Cleveland Rockers played here from 1997-2003. The Mid-American Conference has held its Men's Basketball Tournament here annually since 2000. The 2007 NCAA Division I Women's Final Four was also played here, as well as the 2000 and 2009 United States Figure Skating Championships. Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians, is adjacent to the arena.

Cleveland Cavaliers and the Eastern Conference

The Cavaliers compete in the Central Division in the Eastern Conference with teams such as the Indiana Pacers, Milwaukee Bucks, Detroit Pistons, and Chicago Bulls. Before the Lebron James era, the team had only captured one division title in 1976. During the James era, the team won two division titles in 2009 and 2010, along with one conference title in 2007. In Cleveland's only trip to the NBA Finals, the team failed to defeat the San Antonio Spurs. Since Lebron James departed for Miami, the team has struggled within its division.

Cleveland Cavaliers 2012 Team Outlook

After losing LeBron James, the Cavaliers had to make an impact in the draft to show their fan base the organization was taking steps in the right direction. Possessing two lottery picks, owner Dan Gilbert and his team of experts chose Kyrie Irving number one overall and Tristan Thompson with the fourth pick. Both players will likely be asked to step up early and fill some of the offensive void left with the departure of LeBron and, subsequently, Mo Williams. A consistently physical division will make the sledding tough for Cleveland.


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