Gold Coast Tickets is offering a wide variety of tickets to the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2012-13 NBA season! Get your tickets today and don’t miss out on a thing this season. Be there live to cheer on the Cavs as they seek redemption in the Central Division and a postseason appearance. Last season, the Cavs finished 5th in the Central Division and missed the postseason. Cleveland fans have a lot to be excited about entering the 2012-13 NBA season, though. The Cavs possess one of the youngest rosters in the league (avg. age is 24.4 years) and a string of talent that is likely to develop even more in the upcoming years. Star point guard Kyrie Irving has already proven to be a Top 10 NBA point guard and with help from head coach Byron Scott, he has the potential to become even better than that. Coach Scott has a reputation of nurturing young talent to its full potential, mentoring stars like Jason Kidd and Chris Paul. Then there’s 2011 first round pick Tristan Thompson and this year’s first rounders Dion Waiters and Tyler Zeller, who will all likely make up the core of this Cavs team for the foreseeable future. Like Irving, center Anderson Varejao is a great hustle player and excellent rebounder, despite being the oldest on the squad. The 2012-13 NBA season is going to be one Cleveland Fans are not going to want to miss! The Cleveland Cavaliers represent the city of Cleveland in the Southeast Division and Eastern Conference of the NBA. The Cavs were founded in 1970 as an expansion team and, like most expansion teams do, they struggled in their earliest years. The 1775-76 season would be the first time they won their division and the only time until 2009. The Cavs again struggled in the 1980s and 90s but during the 2002-03 season they landed a first round draft pick and used it to draft future MVP LeBron James. James would stay in Cleveland until the 2010-11 season when the Miami Heat picked him up. Other NBA greats who have played in Cleveland include Austin Carr, Brad Daugherty, Nate Thurmond, Walt "Clyde" Frazier, and Shaquille O'Neal. Don’t miss the Cavs’ 2012-13 NBA season as they aim to bring Cleveland its first NBA Championship!