Republican National Convention to let Cavs fans have Game 7 watch party at the Q
With the Cavaliers heading to Oakland to try to bring back Cleveland's first professional championship in more than 50 years, the Republican National Convention did the city's sports fans a solid.
Quicken Loans Arena had been booked by the RNC for Sunday, when Game 7 of the NBA Finals will be played at Oracle Arena, but the RNC graciously granted the team the use of its arena for a Game 7 watch party. General admission tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. ET; they're $5 with all proceeds going to charity.
"This is an amazing time in Cavaliers history for our fans as we are one game away from bringing an NBA Championship to Cleveland," Len Komoroski, Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena CEO, said in a statement. "While preparations are well underway for us to host the Republican National Convention, we worked in partnership with the RNC team to make it possible to still have the Game 7 watch party right here at the home of the Cavs inside The Q!"