Why The Cleveland Cavaliers Should Keep Jamison & Varejao and Trade Mo Williams

January 8th, 2011 by Joe Fell Leave a reply »
Nearly every article written about the Cavaliers in the off-season predicted that they would be the worst team in the NBA this season.

However, after the Cavaliers’ stunning opening night win over the Boston Celtics, Cavaliers fans began sticking out our collective tongues in the face of all those who predicted gloom and doom for this season and beyond.

Sure, it was the second night of a back-to-back for the Celtics—who were clearly exhausted from playing in one of the most anticipated opening night games in history against LeBron James and the Miami Heat—but in the painful aftermath of “The Decision,” any glimmer of hope was reason for celebration.

Unfortunately, after a somewhat decent first month to the season, the Cavaliers hit a major skid in the aftermath of the game in which LeBron James and the Miami Heat returned to Cleveland and dominated the Cavaliers in front of a nationally televised audience.

During the month of December, the Cavaliers only won one game. Despite Byron Scott’s constant tinkering and adjustments, the team’s play has not improved significantly.

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