Some takeaways from Las Vegas.
While Okoro didn’t suddenly become the next star overnight he did show great strides that will only benefit the Cavs in the 2021-2022 season.
While pushing for the playoffs can be an exciting idea in theory it also can have the potential to set you back years if it all goes wrong.
The oft-misunderstood member of the Big Three was also the most underrated.
May the odds be ever in our favor.
If the Cavs are going to re-sign Allen to a big extension, they should build more around him.
It’s just sad at this point, honestly.
This week was a near perfect encapsulation of this rebuild.
Plus: The Cavs might be doing a lot of losing and that could make me Giddey.
When’s the draft lottery again?
Miscellaneous thoughts about the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Is it possible to be out of the play-in tournament race?
At least the week started out good.
The Cavs’ second-year guard has some interesting scoring numbers to build on.
The Cavs keep taking 5 steps forward and 10 steps back.
Another up but mostly down week for our Wine and Gold.
The Cavs look to win back to back games and three of their last four overall.
The more things change the more they stay the same