The Cleveland Cavaliers are the second best team in the NBA. They have the best player in the game. (Yes, we can argue who is the best, but for the point here let’s just say he’s seriously in the discussion at the least.) They have two other All-Stars. They have a good enough supporting cast to have won an NBA title last year. What Cleveland has assembled is a powerful team good enough to be in three straight NBA Finals.
Yet, if they want to challenge the Warriors down the line, roster changes are needed. And not conventional ones.
In this PBT Extra, I talk about the chances of a Cleveland comeback, and what they will need to consider to compete in future years. The answers are not that simple.