Cleveland Cavaliers: Finding a Silver Lining in This Historic Losing Streak

February 8th, 2011 by Bob Evans Leave a reply »
When the Cleveland Cavaliers entered the 2010-2011 NBA season there were differing opinions around this league as to what the post-LeBron era team would become.  Many people projected that the Cavaliers would win 20-30 games, some (like myself) thought they had enough veteran leadership to win 40 games and challenge for the seventh or eighth seed in the playoffs.  And one writer for Yahoo even predicted the Cavaliers would win just 12 games this season.

Now, the Cleveland Cavaliers find themselves in the midst of the longest losing streak in the history of the NBA, and I honestly couldn’t be happier.  Wait a second; did I really just say that I couldn’t be happier about my hometown team being 8-44? 

I know it is a hard concept to grasp, but the Cavaliers being this bad is possibly the best thing that could have happened to the organization. 

After a shortened off-season, thanks to LeBron’s late decision, the Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t have time to make many moves.  In fact, their biggest moves of free agency resided in the management structure of the team.  Mike Brown and Danny Ferry left ...

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