By LG

The Cleveland Cavaliers had a terrible season last year. Many think it may have been due to the fact LeBron James left the Cavaliers to take his so called talents to south Florida. The real reason is far deeper than the so called Kings departure. Cleveland has been under some sort of curse for years. There is even a legend that an old Indian is buried under League Park.

Then there is the fact the Cavaliers had more players go down with injuries last season than any one season I can remember. So LeBron, I really don’t think the Cavaliers feel on their face just because you left Cleveland, sorry if the truth hurts. Now getting back to the point I was trying to make before being side tracked. The Cavaliers have some great young talent they picked up with the NBA draft.

Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson, both of these guys can help the Cleveland Cavaliers turn things around and start winning basketball games once again in Cleveland. The Cavaliers already had some talented guys like Anderson Varejao and Alonzo Gee just to mention a couple of guys.

It’s hard to think of anyone else in the NBA that plays the game with more hustle than Varejao. This kid suffered a season ending injury last season and if he was able to play, I am sure the Cavaliers could have one a few more games just form Anderson’s efforts.   With the addition of some speed and solid shooting ability of Kyrie Irving being added to the roster, the Cleveland Cavaliers could bring excitement back to the Q.

I for one am looking forward to see what kind of team Coach Byron Scott puts on the floor just after Christmas when the Cleveland Cavaliers open their season with at least two new additions to the roster.  We may just be one step closer to having a competitive professional basketball team in Cleveland again. Time will tell. And for the Cleveland Cavaliers that time is almost here.

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