Cleveland Cavaliers Are Regular Season Kings, But We’ve Heard This Song Before

March 19th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
It's not hard to understand why the Cleveland Cavalier faithful have so much belief in their team, even though recent and distant history has shown us the Cavaliers' journey usually ends in failure and heartbreak.

The picture of Craig Ehlo getting scorched by Michael Jordan in the Eastern Conference playoffs is forever etched in memory and is the type of defining moment a team would rather avoid.

So too is the image of a broken LeBron James as he jogged off the court after Cleveland's Game-Six loss in Orlando last season, the hurt from the defeat clearly visible on his face.

The only escape from despair for fans of the franchise is the promise of tomorrow, and this season the Cavaliers are once again poised on the threshold of greatness, awaiting the cards of fate.

For many observers around the NBA, fate has already dealt Cleveland's hand and unfortunately the results mirror a familiar conclusion, which is recognized among all of the city's franchises.

Outside of Ohio, there is a widely held perception the Cavaliers will not be able to carry their regular season dominance into the postseason, and this year's quest for ...

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