NBA: 5 Things That Need To Be Done To Save the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Season

November 24th, 2010 by Bob Evans Leave a reply »
The energy is gone, and it seems that the "prove-that-we-can-survive-without-LeBron" swag has left the Cleveland Cavaliers as well.

After starting off the season with a shocking home victory over the Boston Celtics, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been frustrating to watch.

The Cavaliers allow the team they are facing to go on runs, they play poorly in the third quarter and they often spend time waiting for someone to take over.

Sound familiar?

These were many of the same problems the Cleveland Cavaliers had under their old regime, except they had a certain superstar named LeBron James to take over games.

Coming into the season new Coach Byron Scott vowed that this team would be better conditioned, would run and be more exciting to watch for the fans.

No offense to Coach Scott, but other than the revival of Daniel "Boobie" Gibson, who had been on life support on Mike Brown's bench, this team has been lackluster to say the least.

After losing five of their last six games, the Cleveland Cavaliers are now facing a dangerous time in their season.

They face the likes of Milwaukee, Orlando, Memphis, Bost ...

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