LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Los Angeles Lakers, and the two teams will actually meet on November 21. Getting tickets for the big game is a huge thing these days.
However, King James has a huge surprise for his fans. During his overseas promotional event, LeBron gave tickets to fans. Yes, they will all watch the Lakers-Cavs game at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.
“So I play for the Los Angeles Lakers now. When I go back home to my hometown and play against Cleveland, I want [them] to come out,” LeBron said.
The kids jumped up, cheering to the great news. James gave his reasons for bringing the kids to Cleveland. “Since y’all opened your home to me, when I go home, I want y’all to come to my city.”
This was a huge act of generosity, as the tickets to the Cavs-Lakers game are really expensive.
“Single-game tickets for the upcoming Cavs season went on sale on Tuesday. As you might imagine, tickets at the low-end for that game are going fast. As of this writing at 10 a.m., there is exactly one ticket left on the Cavs website at $149,” Joey Morona wrote.
“Parties of two or more will have to pay $189 to watch LeBron, Lonzo, Rondo & Co. from the corners of the upper deck, though seats at that price point are getting scarce. You may have better luck on the secondary market where tickets start at $160 on Stubhub and $134 on Vivid Seats.”
Let’s see things from a different angle. Did LeBron James just admit that Cleveland will forever be his home? Absolutely! King James will always have a special place in his heart for Cleveland, and his game with the Lakers is just a trophy hunt. Am I right?