CLEVELAND--"We've got it, we've got it, I'm not even from here, but we've got it,” said Cavs fan, Ryan Resner.
Fans are getting revved up for the next playoff series against the Chicago Bulls. Fans told Fox 8 they think there is still a good chance for a winning team, even without Kevin Love.
"LeBron's back, he has fired up the city, it's cool. It's a great thing for the city and it's awesome,” said Matt Hill.
The city will be packed with people inside of Quicken Loans Arena, but also outside of the Q there will be a busy scene. Playoff parking is something you should prepare for, according to Cleveland police.
Fans are anticipating it as well.
"Parking is going to be off the chain, you're not going to be able to park anywhere,” said Moe Ruffins, of Maple Heights.
The city tells Fox 8 parking restrictions will be in effect on Huron Road from Ontario Street to Prospect Avenue. Also, Prospect Avenue from Ontario Street to East 14th Street will be restricted. Plus, East 9th Street from Euclid Avenue to Carnegie Avenue will be effected along with East 4th from Prospect Avenue to Huron Road.
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Even though the games start at 7:00 p.m. both Monday and Wednesday, parking restrictions go into effect at 4:00 p.m.
Cleveland city leaders say it's important to get to where you need to be early to avoid any unnecessary hassles.
Here’s the complete round two playoff schedule:
Game 1: Monday, May 4 at 7 p.m. in Cleveland on TNT
Game 2: Wednesday, May 6 at 7 p.m. in Cleveland on TNT
Game 3: Friday, May 8 at TIME TBD in Chicago on ESPN
Game 4: Sunday, May 10 at 3:30 p.m. in Chicago on ABC
Game 5: Tuesday, May 12 at TIME TBD in Cleveland, if necessary, on TNT
Game 6: Thursday, May 14 at TIME TBD in Chicago, if necessary, on ESPN
Game 7: Sunday, May 17 at TIME TBD in Cleveland, if necessary, on TNT