City Without a King: Are the Cleveland Cavaliers the Worst Team in NBA History?

February 5th, 2011 by Michael Grofsick Leave a reply »
Things aren't going too well for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Hell, things haven't been too good in the city of Cleveland for a very long time. Sure, things seemed good for a while with LeBron leading the Cavs to a few top seeds and some deep playoff runs, but the Cavs were still unable to bring home a championship. 

The Cavs started the year with one of the biggest "feel good" stories in a while, when in their first game without LeBron, they were able to beat the defending Eastern Conference champion Boston Celtics, 95-87. Everyone's thought was, "Take that LeBron! We don't need you to win." Unfortunately, everything pretty much went downhill from there.

Things didn't start out too rough. After a three-game losing streak, the Cavs reeled off three straight road wins—albeit against three very poor teams—and were able to get their record to 4-3. This would be the last time the Cavs would be over .500, and after a few weeks, they wouldn't be anywhere close to it. 

The Cavs were 7-10 when it was time for one of the biggest regular season games in years, when Cleveland welcomed back LeBron James and the Miami Heat for the firstti ...

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