Cleveland Cavaliers: Post-Lockout Cavs and the Baron Davis Amnesty Dilemma

November 4th, 2011 by Jesse Dorsey Leave a reply »
Cleveland Cavaliers fans, I have done you a grave injustice.  After being so swept up in a whirl of misery from the NBA lockout I have neglected the team that I so love and devotedly follow for far too long, and all of my six loyal readers are surely getting antsy.

So what I've decided to do is take a look at what the post-lockout Cavaliers are going to look like, mostly taking a look at the role of Kyrie Irving right out of the gate, the impending amnesty clause and the interesting case of Ramon Sessions.


Kyrie Irving

First off, the future of the franchise (for the time being at least): Kyrie Irving.

I must say that I love the attitude that Irving has taken over the time that has passed since the Cavaliers made him the No. 1 pick in the draft.

He's gone back to Duke to get as much schooling done as he can in his free time, which is in a word, refreshing.  Not to give the love only to Irving, Tristan Thompson has also gone back to school.

This, to me, shows that these two guys have good heads on their shoulders.  They could have easily picked up and went to Europe and played some bask ...

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