On Tuesday October 25th the city of Cleveland will be rocking and full of energy. The Cleveland Cavaliers will open the NBA season at home against the New York Knicks. Tuesday night will be ring night for the Cavs, as they will receive their 2015-2016 championship rings. They will also unveil their championship banner. Just across the street from the Quicken Loans Arena, the Cleveland Indians will play game 1 of the World Series against the Chicago Cubs. This will be the first time in the history of the city of Cleveland where at least two teams advance to the championship stage in the same year.

The Cavaliers took care of their business. Will the Indians take care of theirs?

Indians

The Cleveland Indians beat all odds when they won the series against the Boston Redsox and Toronto Bluejays to claim their 6th A.L. pennant in franchise history. The Indians will have to beat all odds again if they want to win their third championship in franchise history. The last time the Indians won the championship was in 1948, a mere 68 years ago. They made it to the big dance twice in the last 21 years but couldn't win it all. The Chicago Cubs are clearly the favorite to win it all but miracles do happen in Cleveland, as we've seen the Cavaliers beat all odds and win their first championship in franchise history.

Cavaliers

Lebron James had one goal in mind when he made his homecoming return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and that was to bring a championship to Cleveland. His goal was accomplished when he and the Cavs overcame a 3-1 lead against the Golden State Warriors. Lebron won finals MVP and the Cleveland Cavaliers made history.

Lebron and company opens up the NBA season on Tuesday and looks to do something he did when he was in Miami, and that's to win back to back titles.

Cleveland

The city of Cleveland will be rooting for both home teams on Tuesday night. Many fans will be packed inside of Progressive field as they watch the Indians open up game 1 of the World Series.

Other fans will be at the Q as they cheer on their championship team and celebrate their accomplishments.

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