The Cavaliers have yet to address any of the major issues they face this offseason.
Will Mike Brown be back?
Will David Griffin be back?
Will Kyrie Irving sign a max extension?
Will Tristan Thompson sign an extension?
Will the Cavaliers shake up their roster?
Who will the Cavaliers select in June's draft?
So today's press conference for David Griffin, which was not attended by owner Dan Gilbert, was kind of strange.
This press conference sounds weird RT @twithersAP Griffin: "I don't feel a sense of wonder." #Cavs— David Zavac (@DavidZavac) April 22, 2014
But Griffin did open up on quite a few topics.
#Cavs Griffin said puts a lot on "fit." Again points out mental toughness & BB IQ. "Right now the fit isn't working."— Marla Ridenour (@MRidenourABJ) April 22, 2014
Griff says fans should believe because everything needed is in place to acquire talent..ie cap space, draft picks, driven ownership— Fred McLeod (@CavsFredMcLeod) April 22, 2014
#Cavs Griffin on Bennett: "Anthony was barely healthy enough to experience normal rookie season. Looking for opportunity to surprise people.— Marla Ridenour (@MRidenourABJ) April 22, 2014
And Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio at least believes Griffin will be here longterm:
Analysis of Griffin talk: Agree w sources in my report (here: http://t.co/l3UyX9PCtD). Get sense Griff stays; much less sure on Brown. #cavs— Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) April 22, 2014
And ultimately, Griffin did sound pretty good during the press conference. But there is more to winning games then sounding good in press conferences:
Cavs Presser Recap: We don't fit. Can't shoot. Low IQ. Gotta fix it. Fans deserve it. Possible $26M cap room. Target talent. Stop sucking.— Eric Knappenberger (@CavsWITNESS) April 22, 2014
It's cool that Griffin sounds smart at a press conference. But he has to be somewhat responsible for the fact that the roster doesn't fit.— Mike Mayer (@RS64mikemayer) April 22, 2014
So what do you guys think? Do we keep Griffin moving forward? Did the press conference make you feel better?