Could this be the year Cleveland gets knocked out? Maybe, maybe not.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers could run the table and sweep every team in the East. They are showing no signs of slowing down from last year, despite an overhauled roster.
Their owner is willing to win at any cost (literally). Cleveland has one of the most expensive rosters in the NBA, but it’s not to head to the lottery. It’s built to contend, and contend they will….for a few rounds.
Maybe you think I’m crazy.
“Warriors blew a 3-1 lead.”
“Kyrie is better than Steph.”
“Cavs are No. 1 in the East!”
Three of those statements are valid (I’ll let you pick which one), but the truth will be determined in the next few months. I’m going to strap in and enjoy the ride…. and watching the King dethroned.