2016 Cavs Rank
#CavsRank: LeBron James is No. 1
The best player on the planet is a Cleveland Cavalier.
#CavsRank: J.R. Smith comes in at No. 5
If and when he re-signs, ‘Swish’ will play a major role for the Cavs.
#CavsRank: Iman Shumpert comes in at No. 6
Is the idea of Iman Shumpert better than the reality?
#CavsRank: Channing Frye comes in at No. 7
Last seasons crucial addition comes in at No. 7 in our rankings
#CavsRank: Richard Jefferson comes in at No. 8
Richard Jefferson edged out Mike Dunleavy for eighth in our #CavsRank. But his on-court presence isn’t the primary reason why.
#CavsRank: Mike Dunleavy rocks the No. 9 Spot
Mike Dunleavy lands at No. 9 in #CavsRank. Can he live up to the billing?
#CavsRank: Mo Williams at No. 10
The veteran point guard slots in a bit higher than some would expect.
#CavsRank: Chris Andersen lands at No. 11
Chris Andersen joins one of the oldest benches in the NBA this season for a reunion with LeBron James.
#CavsRank: Jordan McRae ranks 12th
Jordan McRae finished low in #CavsRank, but could he end up being more valuable?
#CavsRank begins with James Jones, who we ranked 14th
James Jones was voted the least important member of the Cavs heading into 2016-17, but he still has a role to play.
This year at Fear the Sword, we’ll be ranking each member of the Cleveland Cavaliers.