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Cavaliers Winning History and Rebuilding Efforts

The 2022-23 Cavaliers season was part of the team's steady improvement. They finished the season with an overall record of 51-31. That put them in fourth place in the Eastern Conference. In the playoffs, they were paired up with the New York Knicks. Sadly, the team lost the series in five games. Key players included Donovan Mitchell, Darius Garland, and Evan Mobley. Mitchell played a total of 2432 minutes. He had over 1400 scoring attempts last season. He scored 1922 points and had 301 assists. Darius Garland scored a total of 1490 points, and a total of 185 rebounds. Evan Mobley played 2715 minutes and scored 1277 points.   

The 2021-22 Cleveland Cavaliers emerged six games above .500 at the end of the season. The team record was just one game better than the Charlotte Hornets but not quite good enough to make the playoffs. Darius Garland, Rajon Rondo, and Collin Sexton all had a great season. With a few adjustments, the team should look to improve for the 2022-23 season. 

The 2020-21 Cavaliers finished the season 22-50. The team did just a bit better than the previous season, where they managed to win just 19 games. Collin Sexton led the team in points per game. Jarrett Allen averaged 9.9 rebounds per game, and Darius Garland was the team leader in assists with 6.1 per game.
Before the start of the 2020 season, the team made a massive trade deal involving James Harden, Jarrett Allen, Taurean Prince, Dante Exum, and a first-round draft pick going to the Houston Rockets. The roster moves more than likely left the team looking to solidify. In early 2021, the team is off to a strong start. They currently stand in second place in the Central Division.

Not too long ago the Cleveland Cavaliers were the top dogs of the Eastern Conference. Those days make for great memories in Cleveland. With the departures of Lebron James and Kyrie Irving, the team wound up finishing 19-63. They did, however, make a massive trade before the deadline, sending Alec Burks, Nic Stauskas, Wade Baldwin, and a 2021 second-round draft choice to the Houston Rockets for the Rockets 2019 first-round draft choice, 2022 second-round draft choice, and shooting guard Brandon Knight, and small forward Marquise Chiss.

Following the NBA lottery, Cleveland ended up with the fifth selection overall, which they used on Vanderbilt freshman point guard Darius Garland, which is an interesting decision because their top draft choice in 2018 was another point guard, Collin Sexton. A confusing decision by team management. With their second selection in the first round, they chose Belmont small forward Dylan Windler. In free agency, Cleveland made two smaller additions- shooting guard J.P. Macura and shooting guard Sindarius Thornwell.

Cleveland is in the early stages of a long rebuild and for the second time in his career, All-Star forward Kevin Love is stuck on a bad team. He is a trade deadline candidate and probably will be dealt with. The only question is to who?

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