Sometimes you think you know something. And then someone really smart says something that challenges what you think you know, and it makes you look at the subject from an entirely different point of view. And when the context changes, you can sometimes be surprised at what you learn. I love the WFNY Podcasts that
It’s funny to be sitting here a day before the NBA trade deadline and thinking about how a Cleveland trade would impact their own playoff hopes. It’s true, though. That is the Cleveland Cavaliers’ reality. As of today, Cleveland is 1 game behind the Milwaukee Bucks for the 8th spot in the Eastern Conference. I
Sometimes it seems like there are a million different ways to analyze a rebuilding team such as the Cleveland Cavaliers. And in analyzing their progress, thoughts naturally turn to projecting future success and how to get there. Reasonable minds can and do disagree on issues such as whether or not to trade Anderson Varejao. Some
It might seem somewhat unfair to keep talking about rebuilding and future seasons when we still haven’t yet hit the All-Star Break in the current NBA season. After all, there is still knowledge to be had and lessons to be learned from this season, even as the team sets all kinds of records for futility.
It’s not even the All-Star break yet in the NBA. I’m not sure what exactly a fair expectation would have been for the Cleveland Cavaliers at this point in the season, but “full on rebuild” is something few people thought would set in so soon for this franchise. Yet, as we mercifully draw ever closer
It’s hard to say if there’s really ever such a thing as a wasted season. I suppose fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers would think back to the 2002-03 season and consider that a wasted season. If you recall, that was the season the Cavaliers hit rock bottom and gained the fortune of winning the draft