Cleveland Cavaliers: What’s Gone Right, Wrong in the Early NBA Season

December 31st, 2011 by Jesse Dorsey Leave a reply »
Three games into this young and confusing NBA season, the Cleveland Cavaliers are sitting at one win and two losses. Really, that's not surprising; what's surprising is that they could have, should have, would have been 2-1 after last night's contest against the Indiana Pacers.

These Cavaliers are definitely a team with flaws, we saw all of them on display in their first game against the Detroit Pistons, but there are some diamonds in this sea of rough.

As he has been known to do, Coach Byron Scott is getting the most of the talent that he's been given, and the players seem to buy into what he's preaching, and that's no surprise.

Last year, the biggest vocal sparring partner Scott had on a regular basis was JJ Hickson, and the guy that everyone always had concerns about was Baron Davis.

Now, both of those guys are wearing different uniforms (well, one is wearing a suit) and it seems that Scott really has control of these guys.

So, after three quick games, and the only ones they'll be playing in 2011, let's take a look at what went right and wrong so far this season.

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