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"For The Love. For The Land" – Cleveland Cavaliers, Rock Entertainment Group announces mammoth impact on the community

In 2021 alone, the Cavaliers generated over $45 million in state and local tax revenue, which, in turn, goes directly back into the greater-Cleveland community. Some key events that were hosted at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, the home of the Cavaliers, had a huge impact on the community as well. In October 2021, the arena hosted the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which created a total economic impact of $50.7 million as well as an additional $29.7 million that was directly spent on the local economy Read more.

Cleveland Cavaliers raise nearly $700,000 in inaugural Wine and Gold Gala

Last weekend, the Cleveland Cavaliers hosted their inaugural Wine and Gold Gala the night of Saturday, October 1 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. The new fundraising event was a massive success, raising nearly $700,000 thanks to the generosity of the over 500 guests in attendance. Every dollar raised will go straight back into the Northeast Ohio community through annual grants given to grantees of the Cavaliers Community Foundation. Read more.

Opening up October – Cleveland Guardians vs. Tampa Bay Rays series preview and what to watch for

Now that we know the path towards the playoffs, let's get familiar with Tampa Bay, a somewhat-new City of Champions. Sure, the Rays are on a bit of a slide to finish the season. But, if Cleveland wants to prevent them from joining Tom Brady and the Buccaneers as well as Steven Stamkos and the Lightning, they need to be ready to play ball. Read more.

A shock to the system – Cleveland Browns vs. Los Angeles Chargers preview and what to watch for

Again, the Browns needed to win this game because they're now at the point in their schedule where things get a bit more electric. This Sunday, they host Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers at First Energy Stadium. While the Chargers have a good chance of shocking Cleveland's defense, this game is still winnable. All it takes is batting down the bolts using their biggest strength: their running game. Read more.

This week's Locked on Cavs!

: Previewing Jarrett Allen and the Cavs’ other centers | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast

: Previewing the Cavs’ uncertain wings | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast

: Evan Mobley’s ankle injury and Preseason expectations | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast

: Cavs drop preseason opener in Philadelphia | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast

: Previewing the Cavs’ backcourt, headlined by Garland and Mitchell | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast

Evan Dammarell is a sports journalist covering all things Cleveland right off the shores of Lake Erie. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. You can also email him at He can also be found three to five times a week on Locked On Cavs, a part of the Locked On Podcast Network.

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