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The Cleveland Cavaliers were one of three expansion teams founded in 1970, joining the NBA with the Buffalo Braves and the Portland Trail Blazers. Like most expansion franchises, the Cavaliers struggled for several years. However, things changed in 1976 as Cleveland’s first basketball star, Austin Carr, helped the team win its first division title.
The Cavs made the playoffs three times in a row, including the “Miracle of Richfield” game in 1976. In this iconic playoff series, the Cavs beat the Washington Bullets 4-3, with Dick Snyder hitting the game-winning shot with four seconds left on the clock in the seventh game.
The 1978 playoff season was as good as it got for Cavs fans for a while, with the team posting nine consecutive losing seasons thereafter. The team stopped the slide from 1988 to 1998, only posting one losing season in that period. It made the conference semifinals in 1992 but lost to Michael Jordan’s all-conquering Chicago Bulls.
Six consecutive losing seasons followed, but the fortunes of the franchise changed dramatically with the 2003 NBA draft. After getting the No. 1 pick, the Cavs selected Ohio’s own LeBron James straight out of high school. The risky move paid off, and James won Rookie of the Year in his first season.
The Cavs made the playoffs in James’ third season in 2006, with their first-ever conference championship win following in 2007. The Cavs were swept by the San Antonio Spurs and didn’t return to the Finals in James’ first stint with the franchise. LeBron left for the Miami Heat in 2010, where he went on to win two NBA Championships.
It came as a surprise to no one when the Cavs’ play dropped off following the loss of James. However, every cloud has a silver lining, with the Cavs getting the No. 1 draft picks in the 2011, 2013, and 2014 drafts. Crucially, the team selected Kyrie Irving with their pick in 2011.
Having won his two titles with the Heat, James declared that he had unfinished business in Cleveland and returned to the Cavs in 2014. Paired with Irving and recently acquired multiple-time All-Star Kevin Love, James led the Cavaliers to four NBA finals in a row from 2015 to 2018. This set up one of the greatest rivalries of the 2000s, with the Cavaliers facing the Golden State Warriors in each series. The Warriors drew first blood by winning in 2015, as the Cavs struggled with injuries to Irving and Love.
The moment Cavs fans had been waiting for came in 2016 as the team finally won the NBA Championship. It was even more amazing for Cleveland fans as the team fell behind 3-1 in the series. No team had ever come back from that before. However, LeBron put in one of the greatest Finals performances of all time, with “The Block” in Game 7 immortalized as one of the best defensive plays in NBA history.
The Cavaliers lost the next NBA two Finals in 2017 and 2018 to the Warriors before James and Irving left the franchise. The second post-James period has brought more struggles for the Cavs, but the 2021/22 season has given fans reason to hope. With players like Evan Mobley, Donovan Mitchell and Darius Garland, Cleveland has hopes for future playoff basketball.