Did the Cavaliers have a satisfactory offseason in your opinion? For me, they did. I don't like this whole concept of giving out grades for things that we can't possibly evaluate yet, but NBA.com doesn't seem to mind. Their writers gave every team a grade for their offseason efforts. Naturally the Lakers got an "A" and the Magic got an "F" (which I think is awfully premature. Sure, the Magic got hosed, but what other options did they have? See? This is why I hate these things.)
According to NBA.com, the Cavaliers were perfectly average this summer. Obviously, I disagree with this assessment. They apparently think the losses of Anthony Parker and Antawn Jamison are much more significant than I do. They also seem to have ignored the relatively brilliant draft day trade that the Cavs made to jump up and grab Tyler Zeller.
I'm just wondering if I'm way off-base and what you guys think of NBA.com's grading. When you consider the fact that the Knicks also got a C and all they did was sign the corpses of Jason Kidd and Marcus Camby and let Jeremy Lin walk for nothing, it seems a little off.
Leave your thoughts and discuss the Cavs offseason as a whole here.