What are the Cavaliers’ future plans?
The Cleveland Cavaliers are set to have their next game in Cleveland, which is set for Sunday at 10 p.m.
ET, on Feb. 2 against the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Cavaliers are on a three-game losing streak, their longest in the last 10 years.
But this isn’t just a loss.
The Cavs will have the first overall pick in next year’s NBA draft.
Here’s a look at what to expect in the future for the Cavs: First Game: Feb. 1 vs. the Lakers.
Cleveland has lost seven of its last 10 games at home.
Why it matters: This is the first game of a three and a half-game road trip that will begin Monday night at Detroit and conclude Monday night against New Orleans.
How to watch: ESPN will televise the game on ABC Sports Network, ESPN Radio and the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Where to watch it: The Cavaliers will be at Staples Center.
Here is the location and schedule for the game.
The game will be broadcast on ESPN and WFTV (channel 534), ABC and WKRC (channel 4).
What’s next: The Cavs’ next home game is Friday, March 7 against the Houston Rockets at Staples.
The Rockets are set for a road trip beginning March 9 at Charlotte and ending March 10 at Miami.