Collin Sexton: Changing the Narrative

The unfair pressure on Collin Sexton started the moment his name was announced 8th during the 2018 draft. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ franchise was about to lose LeBron James for the second time; another long rebuild awaited. The pick acquired from the Celtics in the Kyrie Irving trade, the one Koby Altman refused to swap toContinue reading “Collin Sexton: Changing the Narrative”

Collin Sexton is Russell Westbrook*

Collin Sexton is a year and a half into his NBA career and the questions have plagued him since his first dribble. Who’s game does his most resemble? Can he become Player X or Player Y? The public compares no professional athletes to their counterparts like those in the NBA. Sexton’s game doesn’t allow forContinue reading “Collin Sexton is Russell Westbrook*”

Splitting up the Cavs’ Dueling Banjos

Point guard is the most important position in the league. Good floor generals control every aspect of an NBA game; they define winners and losers each night. The Cleveland Cavaliers have invested in lead guards over the past two drafts, but does either fit the position? They have to score, find teammates, and defend opposingContinue reading “Splitting up the Cavs’ Dueling Banjos”

Is Kevin Porter the Cavs’ Future?

As the Cleveland Cavaliers’ season trudges along, Kevin Porter Jr. is beginning to look like the future of the organization. A top pick in the 2020 draft could change that, but of the guys on the roster, Porter has the highest ceiling and best chance at stardom. He can shoot. He’s become more decisive onContinue reading “Is Kevin Porter the Cavs’ Future?”

Are the Cleveland Cavaliers falling off a Cliff?

A lousy week for the Cleveland Cavaliers, the first of the season, is cause for concern. Will this team descend to the depths most everyone predicted for them, or can John Beilein, the coaching staff, and the veterans rid the team of the bad habits of the past three games? The first real challenge ofContinue reading “Are the Cleveland Cavaliers falling off a Cliff?”

Eastern Conference Preview

Western Conference Preview is here. 1. Milwaukee Bucks 61-21 When young teams take the leap from scrappy playoff out to title contender, they label the year a success. Considering the MVP, Coach of the Year, and Executive of the Year awards went to Bucks, 2019 was a gigantic leap forward in Milwaukee. Playoff loses haveContinue reading “Eastern Conference Preview”

Rebuild Year 2

Gone are the days of long playoff runs and Finals appearances. The realities of life as a small market NBA team are back. Instead of dissecting match-ups against the Celtics and Warriors, Cavaliers fans are left to argue over the merits of trading Kevin Love and the ceiling of Collin Sexton. The greatest era inContinue reading “Rebuild Year 2”