UPDATE: Cavs' Championship Parade and Rally Will be Held at 11 a.m.

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Update: It's official... the 2016 Cavaliers NBA Championship Parade and Rally will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. It will begin at the The Q and end on St. Clair Avenue near Mall C.

As for the route, here it is:



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Street closures for tomorrow, which will last until 9 p.m, FYI:

Huron Road at West 2nd Street
Huron Road at West Superior Avenue (local access only).
Ontario Street at Prospect Avenue, southbound.
Huron Road at Prospect Avenue
Lorain-Carnegie Bridge at West 20th Street
Orange Avenue at East 14th Street
Sumner Court at East 14th Street
Erie Court at East 14th Street
East 3rd Street between Superior and Rockwell
Rockwell from East 6th Street to Public Square
Prospect Avenue at East 14th Street
Prospect Avenue at Huron Road east of East 9th Street, westbound
Euclid Avenue at East 12th Street, westbound
Euclid Avenue at East 6th Street, eastbound
Chester Avenue at East 12th Street, westbound
Walnut Avenue at East 12th Street, westbound
Vincent Avenue at East 6, eastbound
Superior Avenue at East 12th Street, westbound
St. Clair at East 12 Street, westbound
Lakeside Avenue at East 12th Street, westbound
Lakeside Avenue at Ontario Street, eastbound
St. Clair Avenue at Ontario Street, eastbound
Superior Avenue at West 3rd Street (local access only)
Superior Avenue at East 6th Street, eastbound
Commercial Hill at Canal (local access only)



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The victory parade for the Cleveland Cavaliers will he held on Wednesday, the team says.

The time is still yet to be determined.

The Cavs closed out the 2016 NBA Finals in Game 7 against the Golden State Warriors Sunday night, beating the (previously) reigning champs 93-89 on their home turf.

The team is scheduled to arrive back in Cleveland at Hopkins around 12:30 p.m. today.

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