LeBron James: Cleveland Cavaliers Making Case That There Is No Life After LeBron

February 5th, 2011 by Jae Pruitt Leave a reply »
With 23 straight losses, the Cleveland Cavaliers have now tied the record for the longest losing-streak in a single season, and this is probably a record that they have been longing to let stand alone.

Against the Memphis Grizzlies on Feb. 4, where Cleveland seemed to have a chance at a breakthrough, the absences of Daniel Gibson, Mo Williams and Anderson Varejao proved to be a lose-lose situation, literally.

J.J. Hickson had an impressive game with 31 points and 15 rebounds, and was in the company of a few other Cavaliers who scored in the double digits.

Even though Cleveland led in the fourth quarter, Memphis was not willing to have its four-game winning streak snapped by the worst team in the NBA, ultimately coming out on top with a 112-105 victory.

The losses are building up on the Cavaliers schedule and so is the sense of urgency.

The makeup of the team needs to be wiped away and re-crafted, because even though Dan Gilbert cannot deliver on his promise to bring a championship before James' new team can, he needs to show that he understands the problem and has no issue moving in a new direction.

Even if it ...

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