Things To Watch as the Cleveland Cavaliers Close Out the Regular Season

April 9th, 2010 by Eric Felkey Leave a reply »
It's not exactly the most exciting time of the year for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The regular season is all but wrapped up, the final games are absolutely meaningless, and fans are counting down the hours until the playoffs start (less than 192 now, just so you know).

I think the most appropriate word to describe the Cavs right now is "anxious." Anxious to finish these final three games and get to the postseason. Because, really, that's what they've been waiting for since the regular season kicked off in late October.

That being said, there's not much news in the Cavalier camp right now. It's inconsequential to try to analyze the roster and lineup changes used by coach Mike Brown, or to examine a potential first-round playoff matchup, since the opponent is yet to be determined.

So think of today's post to be somewhat of a "mini-blog"—just a few things to look out for as the regular season closes and the playoffs begin.


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