Cleveland Cavaliers Need Help That Ray Allen Can’t Provide

November 25th, 2014 by Stephen Babb Leave a reply »

Six wins, seven losses and countless questions that are simultaneously premature and unavoidable.

By the numbers, the Cleveland Cavaliers' first month of new-look exploits has left something to be desired. In times like these, superstars cite the importance of patience, coaches get metaphorical and the rest of us wonder if there's a way to fix this in short order.'s Ken Berger recently refloated one possibility that had emerged this summer.

"Additional help could be on the way, with still-unsigned Ray Allen weighing whether he'll return to the floor for what would be his 19th season," Berger wrote. "If he does, the Cavs are the undisputed favorites—and have a gaping hole in their bench unit that is ready-made for Allen to fill."

Superficially, one can't help but relish the notion of Allen in a Cavs uniform. It would be a story if nothing else—one more prominent name alongside LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving. One more weapon to compensate for sixth man Dion Waiters' uneven output. Another veteran joining forces with Mike Miller and Shawn Marion.

That's enough ...

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