5 Hidden Bright Spots for the Cleveland Cavaliers So Far

December 9th, 2015 by Greg Swartz Leave a reply »

LeBron James is once again good at basketball. Kevin Love's hair is a glorious mess. Matthew Dellavedova still has the best accent on the Cleveland Cavaliers.

All would be considered early bright spots, although none can be labeled as hidden. Instead, one must search deeper to find keys to success in Cleveland's Eastern Conference-leading 14-7 start.

These five hidden bright spots may not be what we all expected, but all help to paint the picture of the season's quarter mark.


Taming the Wild West For years, the East was considered the little brother to the mighty Western Conference. After all, a losing record could earn a playoff spot in the former while playing well above .500 ball out West didn't necessarily guarantee a postseason appearance.

Now the tides are beginning to turn, spearheaded by the Cavaliers.

A whopping 10 teams in the East are currently sporting a winning record. In the West? Just six.

Cleveland is already off to a 3-1 start against their out-of-conference opponents, racking up wins against the Memphis Grizzlies, Utah Jazz and Portland Trai ...

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