How far can the Cavaliers get in the post season?

Rick Noland from The Chronicle-Telegram keeps things in perspective.  He writes – If Mike Brown’s troops don’t start playing a lot better than they have been, however, Cleveland’s playoff run will be a lot shorter than last year’s trip to the NBA Finals.
Right now, it’s hard to envision the Cavaliers beating No. 1 Boston in the second round, let alone No. 2 Detroit in the conference finals.
Cleveland is just 10-9 since acquiring Ben Wallace, Delonte West, Joe Smith and Wally Szczerbiak, injuries are still preventing the team from establishing any rhythm and shooting guard Sasha Pavlovic was just benched in favor of Devin Brown.
Toss in the back spasms that have been plaguing Wallace and Gibson’s lingering ankle injury and this team is hurting, in more ways than one.  Continue Reading