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Cleveland Cavaliers To Show Off Biggest Scoreboard In American Sports In NBA Opener

Cleveland Cavaliers To Show Off Biggest Scoreboard In American Sports In NBA Opener

If you’re a Cleveland Cavaliers fan then seeing games at The Q this season just got a whole lot bigger with the introduction of the biggest LED scoreboard in American sports.

LeBron James and the Cavs kick off their NBA season at the Quicken Loans Arena against the New York Knicks on Friday.

And fans will be able to enjoy 5,550 total square feet of LED technology during it.

The brand new centre scoreboard is armed with flaming sabers which have proven to be a favourite with the fans over recent seasons.

Len Komorski, Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena CEO, said: “Cavs, Monsters and Gladiators fans, and many other event attendees at The Q, are going to be blown away by the new sights and sounds of this system!”

“These upgrades will deliver the most dynamic fan experience in all of sports and entertainment while also keeping Quicken Loans Arena a very marketable and relevant venue for our city in attracting new, high-profile events.”

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