Should Cleveland Cavaliers Consider a Big 3 Upgrade This Offseason?

March 18th, 2016 by Greg Swartz Leave a reply »

From the moment the Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love coalesced into a Big Three, rumors have pointed towards an inevitable collapse.

Over the past 19 months, we've heard it all: Love's questionable fit, Irving's reported unhappiness, the warning not to take James' presence for granted.

Yet, this Big 3 has a serious chance at winning an NBA championship. Poor luck notwithstanding, this could have been a repeat-Title bid year. Injuries to both Love and Irving derailed any opportunity this trio had at winning a ring last summer.

Sure, dealing Love this offseason would net a sizable return. Moving Irving for a pass-first point guard with lockdown defensive skills probably helps. But the Cavs' Big Three deserves a chance to play for a title together before we seriously talk about blowing things up.

But just for fun, let's talk about blowing things up.


The Argument for Change Irving (23) and Love's (27) youth is both a blessing and a curse.

With the ever-watchful eye on 31-year-old James and how long his body will hold up, it ...

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