The Cleveland Cavaliers are a National Basketball Association (NBA) franchise and compete as a member of the league’s Eastern Conference Central Division. The team was founded in 1970, and has played at Quicken Loans Arena, known as “The Q”, since 1994. NBA legends such as LeBron James, Brad Daugherty, Nate Thurmond, Walt Frazier and Shaquille O’Neal have played for the Cavs. The Cleveland Cavaliers won its first NBA championship in 2016, after defeating the Golden State Warriors in record breaking fashion. The Cavaliers were the first team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit in the Finals.
The regular season home attendance of the Cavs has known a slight decreased in the 2019/20 season compared to the previous year. The regular season home attendance of the Cavs was 623,576 during that season. This is an average of 17,816 per game. The overall average attendance in the NBA stood at 17,750 in the same season. The Cleveland Cavaliers had about 8.46 million Facebook fans and around 3.28 million Twitter followers.
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