CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Cavaliers are coming back to the Land on Saturday for their home opener.
Cleveland will take on the Indiana Pacers at 8 p.m. in the newly transformed Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.
This game kicks off home play action for the Cavs 50th NBA season.
The Cavs will be debuting their black, orange and powder blue uniforms that are similar to the ones worn from 1994-2003.
Cleveland's court will also take a nod to the past by looking like Gund Arena's home court used from 1996-2003.
To read more about the new uniforms, click here.
Every fan at the game will receive a black 50th season t-shirt.
The team will air a special video tribute and a "moment of celebration" for the Cavs late play-by-play announce Fred McLeod during the first time out of the game.
To read more about McLeod, click here.
Grammy award-winning duo Salt-N-Pepa will perform the halftime show.
Tickets to the home opener are still for sale.
Tickets cost as low as $24.
To buy tickets, click here.
How to watch
Can't make it to the game?
Here's how you can catch the action.
- You can watch it televised on Fox Sports Ohio.
- Purchase the NBA League Pass to stream the game live and on demand.
- Radio: Listen in on WTAM 1100 or 87.7 FM.
- Tune in to News 5 Cleveland at 11 p.m. for updates on the game from the News 5 sports team.