What We’ve Learned About 2014-15 Cleveland Cavaliers so Far

November 1st, 2014 by Dan Favale Leave a reply »
Two games. 

That's all the new-look Cleveland Cavaliers have played in 2014-15. Two games. One win. One loss. That's not a lot to go off. And yet, somehow, we still know the sky is falling in Cleveland.

Fine. It's not. It can't be. 

Season-defining lessons aren't learned through two games—no matter the team, no matter the players. These Cavaliers are still in their infancy, trying to figure things out. Reading too much into their initial performance would be inexplicably hyperbolic and, frankly, incredibly foolish.

It's a good thing we're not here to overreact then.

Though it's still early, the Cavaliers' opening games—a loss to the New York Knicks and an overtime victory over the Chicago Bulls—have been informative. Said information could change on a whim, but for now, it's still valuable intel. So let's acknowledge and dissect it—free from overreactions and falling skies.

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