(Cleveland) - A northeast Ohio ticket broker says demand for Cavaliers tickets is about as low as it can be right now.
In fact, Scott Merk of Merk's Ticket Agency in Medina says there is no demand for Cav's tickets from his clients.
Merk explains when LeBron James was here, there was constant demand, from not only Clevelanders, but fans in Japan, Poland, Israel, Australia, and around the world. Profits were so good, it was like having a personal ATM machine.
Now for every dollar he invests in Cavaliers tickets, he makes from 10-to-16 cents.
Merk is predicting the Cavs will only win 22 games this season. He says the only game where there will be demand is the Thanksgiving Eve contest between the Cavs and the Lakers.
Merk says he is seeing some demand from fans who want to see the Lakers in L.A. He adds that demand for Browns tickets remains strong.
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