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The Cleveland Cavaliers with LeBron James were a major draw over the past four seasons. In fact, James seemingly revitalized the downtown Cleveland area with his mere presence on the team.

Unfortunately, James’ departure for Hollywood has left the entire Cavaliers’ organization grasping for some sort of relevance. At 0-4 on the season, this looks like one of the worst teams in the entire NBA. Kevin Love has been brutal to start, and there’s not much behind him on the roster.

Interest in the Cavaliers’ product just isn’t there, as evidenced by the fact that tickets for their game against the Brooklyn Nets were going for as little as $2.00 on Wednesday, per TMZ Sports.

Cleveland ultimately dropped the game by the scored of 102-86 and has been outscored by a combined 58 points in four games. Ouch.

Looking a bit further into this, fans can get into Cleveland’s game against the Indiana Pacers this coming Saturday for as little as $8.00. The team’s next home game after that, against the Atlanta Hawks, currently has tickets going for as cheap as $4.00. Ouch.