The Cavaliers moved up their game to make sure Cleveland can unite to watch WS Game 6
Last week, the Cleveland Cavaliers opened their season with a ring ceremony while the Indians and Cubs kicked off Game 1 of the World Series next door. It would have been a great night for Cleveland sports no matter the outcome, but it was made even sweeter when both teams walked away with a "W" on the evening.
With the Cavs now 3-0 on the season and the Indians up 3-2 in the World Series, baseball and basketball are about to simultaneously descend upon Cleveland one last time in 2016. Tuesday night, the Cavs will play the Rockets while Game 6 of the World Series takes place next door. Fortunately, Cavs owner Dan Gilbert has a plan to make it possible for Cleveland sports fans to enjoy as much of the evening as possible:
By pushing the Cavs' tip-off up an hour, fans will be able to watch the majority of both games if they so choose. Then, after the conclusion of the Cavs game, there will be another World Series viewing party at the Cavs' arena. If things go Cleveland's way, they will end up watching the Indians clinch their first World Series championship since 1948!
Tune in to watch the Indians try to close out the Series on Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.