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LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers come to Cleveland to take on the Cavaliers on Nov. 21 and tickets at Quicken Loans Arena will be very steep.
The Cavs’ website currently lists the lowest ticket price at $149 for seats located behind the basket in the highest levels of The Q. As you get closer to the court, the cost becomes even more expensive. Courtside seats are currently going for $2,275 (h/t Brad Sullivan of Cavaliers Nation).
LeBron and the Lakers will only make one trip to Cleveland in 2018-19 and The Q will obviously be sold out that night. The demand for those tickets will be high, so the Cavs are taking full advantage by making the tickets more costly than usual.
James led the Cavs to four straight Finals appearances in his second stint with Cleveland. The Cavs won it all in 2016 over the Golden State Warriors, becoming the first team in NBA history to erase a 3-1 series deficit in the Finals.
LeBron completed his Cavs’ career with averages of 27.2 points, 7.3 rebounds and 7.3 assists.