The Indians may be out of the game, but it's Cavs season and we're ready.
The Cavaliers start off the regular season with a home opener Tuesday night and fans will have a chance to win an authentic, game-worn LeBron James jersey, or other jerseys worn by players during the game.
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The NBA and broadcasting partner Turner Sports will be auctioning off jerseys worn by players in opening night games to benefit hurricane victims.
Funds will be routed through the One America Appeal, a philanthropic effort spearheaded by the five living former U.S. presidents, and will go towards relief efforts from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
Jerseys from Tuesday's games between the Cavs and the Boston Celtics, and the Houston Rockets and the Golden State Warriors will be put up for auction starting at 7 p.m. ET. and will run through Thursday, Oct 26 at 9 p.m. ET.
Autographed memorabilia and game-worn sneakers will also be up for grabs.
NBA on TNT will auction game-worn jerseys, other gear from tonight's season-openers to support hurricane relief efforts: pic.twitter.com/kKT6rOO70m
— Jeff Zillgitt (@JeffZillgitt) October 17, 2017