It’s been two months since Cavaliers fired David Blatt, so it might be a good time for a short comparison and ask a few questions. First, are Ty Lue Cavs Better? – No. Are they a happier team? – No. Do they have higher chances winning the title? – I doubt. Did Dan Gilbert make […]
After getting the starters back, changing the line-up and playing the 7th easiest schedule in NBA so far, January will be a good time to see where the Cavs truly stand this season. So far, Cleveland managed to pile up enough victories to lead the improving Eastern Conference. Considering the missing players, Mozgov coming back […]
Yes, the Cavs haven’t enjoyed their optimal rooster so far this year. They suffered many injuries and David Blatt had to open with dozen different line ups in less than 30 games. JR Smith hasn’t gotten his rhythm yet this year. And yet, this all just excuses. Cavs have a problem to perform as a […]
Blatt can sense that the Eastern Conference is not threatening enough, but teams in construction period, such as Cleveland, are more vulnerable because they find it difficult to cope with the absence of one of their stars. In view of the expected load, the decision to LeBron , even if the price is a loss […]
It’s a testament to how much a player truly means to a team’s culture when his mere presence causes a front office to scramble around and generally do whatever it takes in order to satisfy said player’s needs. For all the talks about change and title-chasing, it’s actually pretty rare for all that effort to […]
Cleveland Cavaliers GM David Griffin was recently the catalyst in one of the biggest trades of the progressing NBA season. For two future first round picks, the Cavs got the center Timofey Mozgov from the Denver Nuggets. Critics call it an expensive transaction for an average rim protector who doesn’t average double-digit rebounds on a […]
Finally, the Cavs managed to get to the winter. These pale days of the mid-season. That means that you have few teams finished this season, looking at the draft and placed the “yard sale, everything must go!” signs. Dallas took Rondo, Houston picked up the Trojan horse Josh Smith, and Cleveland offered a humanitarian shelter to two Knicks refugees, Iman Amfert and JR Smith.
The Cleveland Cavaliers owner’s son, who has a nerve disorder, has struck the lottery again. And the Cavaliers will pick first overall in the 2013 NBA draft on June 27 after winning the NBA draft lottery Tuesday in New York. This will be the third time in 11 years the Cavaliers pick first. “It’s huge […]