A Nightmare Situation for the Cleveland Cavaliers

July 12th, 2010 by max minsker Leave a reply »
LeBron James is arguably the best player in the NBA. Last season the 25-year-old averaged 30 points, nine assists, and seven rebounds a game and won the MVP. With LeBron leaving in free agency for little compensation, the team is no doubt going to take a huge hit. Getting two first and two second round picks and a large trade exception is not exactly fair compensation for the one of the game's greatest players. The Cavaliers will get no immediate help and the situation seems bleak. There are many reasons why the Cavs are in trouble, I will examine some of the main ones as well as provide analysis on what the Cavs need to do to get better, and outline some possible scenarios an options the Cavaliers may have going forward.Begin Slideshow


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