Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Preview: Best and Worst-Case Scenarios For 2010-11

October 8th, 2010 by Matt Friedman Leave a reply »
Best-Case Scenario:  Cleveland fans wake up and it was all just a dream.  The whole thing was a sick and terrible nightmare.  There was no “The Decision” and talents were not taken to South Beach.  The LeBron James Cavaliers number 23 jerseys are found unburned in our closets and LeBron has followed his idol Michael Jordan and announced in a simple press release, “I’m back.”  The Cavs win 60 or more games and their first-ever NBA title in 2011. 

REALISTIC Best-Case Scenario:  Mo Williams steps out of LeBron’s faded shadow and shines as he takes over the team leadership role.  He averages a career-high 19 points and 6.5 assists. 

J.J. Hickson realizes his potential and has a breakthrough season in Byron Scott’s Princeton offense.  With extended minutes and a vastly improved mid-range game, Hickson averages a career-best 15 points and eight boards.  Given the Cavs lack of other options, J.J. must elevate his game to new heights for this team to have any chance of success.   

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