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The Cleveland Cavaliers were established in 1970 as an expansion franchise during the NBA's period of rapid growth. Throughout their history, Cleveland has been an up and down, hot and cold franchise. They struggled at times early on. Beginning in the 1980's, Cleveland began to hit pay dirt on their player transactions and acquired players such as Brad Daugherty, Mark Price, Ron Harper, Larry Nance, World B. Free, Roy Hinson, and John Bagley. In 1986 Lenny Wilkens became the head coach, and over the next nine seasons Cleveland made the playoffs 8 times. In the early 1990's, Cleveland began to struggle once again, and it wasn't until Lebron James showed up in 2003 that Cleveland began to find its way back. James left for Miami in 2010, but returned to Cleveland t

The Cleveland Cavaliers have been at the top of the Eastern Conference since the return of Lebron James. Fans were crestfallen, as they didn’t win in the Finals this past summer. They opened the playoffs as the second ranked seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs and once again, made it all the way to the finals. Unlike 2016, when they overcame a 3-1 deficit to beat the Warriors, they were clearly outplayed during the final round, by a superior Warriors team.

Cleveland went on to spend the off-season making sure that didn’t happen again. They added guard Jose Calderon, point guard Derrick Rose, forward Jeff Green to their roster. Dwayne Wade also came to Cleveland, to reunite with Lebron James and hopefully bring home another championship trophy at the end of the 2017-2018 season. Is this the “swan song” for Lebron James? It may just be his last season in Cleveland.

his last offseason.

Cleveland spent the last several years acquiring young talent prior to the return of Lebron James last summer, drafting players such as Anthony Bennett, Andrew Wiggins, and Kyre Irving. Cleveland traded Wiggins and Bennett to Minnesota this past offseason in a mega-deal that brought Kevin Love to Cleveland. The Cavaliers struggled early on in the season, but they have been playing great since the turn of the calendar year, and currently sit at 50-27, good for second place overall in the Eastern Conference.< /p>

Cleveland Basketball History

The Cavaliers struggled from 2010 through 2013, taking just fifth place in their division. Prior to that, the team had finished in first place for two years running, and lost the Eastern Conference finals in the 2008-2009 season. Between 1991 and 1996, the team made the playoffs every season. The team has yet to win the title.

The Cleveland Cavaliers entered the 2014-2015 season with high expectations following their whirlwind of an offseason. During the previous offseason Lebron James elected to return to Cleveland and the team was also able to trade for Kevin Love. Cleveland then rolled James, Love, and point guard Kyrie Irving out their as their “big three”. This offseason led many to predict Cleveland to win the NBA championship. Cleveland struggled out of the gate, but came on strong the second half and finished the regular season 53-29, good for the second best record in the Eastern Conference.

Cleveland entered the 2015 NBA playoffs as the 2nd seed in the Eastern Conference, and face the 7th seeded Boston Celtics in round one. Cleveland easily disposed of Boston in a sweep and moved onto round two, where they faced off against the 3rd seeded Chicago Bulls. Cleveland had some trouble but they defeated Chicago in six games to move onto the Eastern Conference finals, where they met the Atlanta Hawks, owners of the best record in the Eastern Conference. The prediction was Cleveland would win this series, but the result was a complete shocker, a sweep by the Cavaliers, 4 games to 0. Cleveland moved onto the NBA Finals where they faced the Golden State Warriors, owners of the league's best record at 67-15. Already down Kevin Love, Cleveland lost Kyrie Iriving in game one, and the short-handed Cavaliers were defeated in six games by the Golden State Warriors. This offseason, much of Cleveland's attention has been to re-sign their own guys- Love, James, and Tristan Thompson, even making several trades to free up cap room.

The Cleveland Cavaliers had a great 2015-2016 season, and it cultivated by coming back from a 3-1 deficit in the NBA Finals to defeat the Golden State Warriors in seven games and win the NBA championship. Here's how they got there. They finished the regular season with a record of 57-25, good for the number one seed in the Eastern Conference. After sweeping the 8th seeded Detroit Pistons in round one, they swept the fourth seeded Atlanta Hawks in round two. In the Eastern Conference finals they defeated the two seed, the Toronto Raptors, in six games. Then of course, they defeated the Warriors in seven games to win the NBA championship. After bowing out of the NBA draft with trades, the Cavaliers focus was on re-signing first, Lebron James, of which they did, to a three year, 100 million dollar contract. They also re-signed J.R. Smith to a four year, 57 million dollar contract. So far this season, the Cavaliers are off to another great start, with a record of 30-13, good for first place in the Eastern Conference.