Currently owned by Dan and Gary Gilbert, the “Cavs” are a Cleveland, OH based professional basketball team. Getting their start in the NBA in 1970, the 2010 team is now coached by Mike Brown, and has among its players the NBA’s 2009 MVP, LeBron James, who holds a number of career records within his team. Notable past players include Lance Allred, the first deaf player in the NBA, Lenny Wilkens, Walt Frazier, and Nate Thurmond.
During the 1970s, the team established itself when their coach, Bill Fitch, received “Coach of the Year” during the 1975-76 season, although statistically they incurred more losses than wins throughout the remainder of the decade. Poor management ensued under Ted Stepien in the early 1980s, but was revived after the Gund brothers purchased the team in 1983. The 1990s were an all-time low for the team until 2003, when LeBron James joined the team as the number one draft pick of the NBA Lottery. The Cavalier’s mascot, the Moondog, is in honor of their city as it was once the name of a local radio personality, Alan Freed.
Fresh off headlines that he is hoping to play a role in the upcoming live action version of The Lion King (starring one Beyonce as well as a litany of other top names), Elton John pushed into the Top 5 of the secondary market on Sunday, with tickets to... Read more
The Top 5, which is typically held by the marketplace’s most popular sporting events, is actually comprised today of mostly country music concerts. At No. 1 is Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood at Bridgestone Arena next month, No. 2 is Blake Shelton & guests in Lubbock, TX in February,... Read more
Today’s Top 20 is dominated mostly by upcoming NFL and NBA games – but Blake Shelton’s Country Music Freaks Tour with guest performers Brett Eldredge, Carly Pearce, and Trace Adkins is proving popular with four spots today. The tour kicks off next February, and shows in Lubbock, Bossier City,... Read more
Though still months away with a date set for February 4th, 2018, Super Bowl LII is already gaining traction in the ticket marketplace, making the No. 1 spot on the TicketNetwork Top 20 today. Following that is the Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles next weekend at No. 2, and... Read more
Today’s best-selling event in the TicketNetwork marketplace is tomorrow night’s CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. Country music superstars Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood return as hosts and performers of the show, with Garth Brooks, Niall Horan, Rascal Flatts, and P!NK also set to perform. Also... Read more
The final two games of the World Series are, unsurprisingly, the top two spots on the Market Heat Report today. If the Dodgers can tie it up tonight, tomorrow should be an exciting final game at Dodger Stadium. The unsung hero of the Top 20 today are the Foo... Read more
Today’s Top 20 sees multiple games leading up to the 2017 World Series, including tonight’s AL Wild Card game between the Yankees and the Twins at Yankee Stadium at No. 2. Later this week, the Astros face the Red Sox at home Thursday and Friday, and the Dodgers will... Read more
Once again, four events dominated the sales on TicketNetwork today: the Mayweather-McGregor fight, the Mayweather-McGregor weigh-in, the Misfits reunion in LA, and the Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers game at AT&T Stadium. Punk-rock fans are thrilled about the reunion of the legendary Misfits at the Forum in December-... Read more
Both of boxing’s biggest fights took the top 2 spots on yesterday’s TicketNetwork Top 20. Today, Mayweather-McGregor stole the top spot while Alvarez-Golovkin slipped all the way to the bottom of the list at No. 19. Even the May-Mac Weigh-In on Friday night before Saturday’s fight did better, taking... Read more
It’s a sports-heavy day today on the Market Heat report, specifically for boxing and football. The two big upcoming fights between Alvarez and Golovkin and Mayweather Jr. and McGregor took the top two spots on the chart. The former occurs in a few weeks on September 16, and the... Read more