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This is a big season for basketball in Cleveland. The young and hungry Cavs embark on a critical season, looking to make some noise in the NBA. The NBA’s biggest stars will return to The Land for NBA All-Star Weekend, Feb. 18 – 20. If that wasn’t enough, the newly minted CLEVELAND Charge of the G League have moved up I-77 from Canton to their new home at the Wolstein Center in Downtown Cleveland.
Listen, we could sit here and talk all day about why you should head down to meet your Cleveland Charge this season, but here are five big reasons to get to a Charge game as soon as possible.
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If you’re looking for a great night out with the family that won’t break the bank, look no further. With tickets starting at $5, Dollar Dog Fridays, $6 kid’s meal deals every Sunday and beer specials on weeknights all season long, a night with the Charge offers more bang for your buck than even a night at the movies. Tickets are on sale now.
This team is no slouch when it comes to the freebies. We’re not talking magnetic schedules for your fridge here: Charge “Ugly Sweater” long sleeve shirts, Charge/Bone Thugs- N -Harmony gear, Charge basketball socks, Cavs bucket hats, MGK bobbleheads are only the beginning. Check out the full promotional schedule for all the great giveaways in store.
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The G League is where the future of the NBA plays. More and more, we’re seeing success stories come out of this still young developmental league producing major NBA talent. Notable stars like Paskal Siakam and Fred VanVleet of the Toronto Raptors, Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz and Khris Middleton of the reigning champion Milwaukee Bucks all made their way through the G League. Highly drafted rookies like Jalen Green and Jonathan Kuminga chose to play in the G League instead of college, making it increasingly clear that it’s become the no. 2 basketball league in the world. The Cavs’ Dean Wade and Tacko Falls are just two examples of G League success stories that you can now watch grow every night in Downtown Cleveland.
If everything we’ve listed here so far should tell you anything, it’s that Cleveland Charge games are an amazing Cleveland sports experience. Free throws on the court after games. A Fun Zone near the court complete with crazy inflatables. I mean, really, they’re some of the best experiences for families and basketball fans alike.
So, get down to the Wolstein Center this season and welcome the Cleveland Charge to their new home in true CLE style.
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