The Cleveland Cavaliers have been giving fans something to be excited about for months now.
Although last season didn’t end the way they wanted, there was still much to be happy about.
The team is young, energized, competitive and plays incredibly well as a unit.
Some people said the team could be ready for the Finals within just a few years and it’s easy to see why when you see them playing at their best.
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) July 8, 2022
The team has been playing in the NBA Summer League over the last few days, a chance for newcomers to try out their skills and get used to being part of the team.
The rest of the team has come to show their support.
On Sunday night, multiple Cavs stars were sitting courtside: Lamar Stevens, Dylan Windler, Dean Wade, Jarrett Allen, Darius Garland, and Evan Mobley were all in attendance and rooting the new players on.
Will these guys be fighting their way to the top of the Eastern Conference standings next season?
Cleveland Coming Back
Nearly the entire fan base is wondering how last season would have gone if the team was able to avoid the injuries that plagued it.
That’s the plan for this year: play with mostly the same lineup and the same intensity and drive – just avoid any physical mishaps.
There is every reason to believe that approach could work – mostly because it was working.
The Cavs were working their way to the top of the Eastern Conference standings for most of the season, even reaching as high as the third seed for a while.
With this rock solid core of players – and maybe a few new ones – ready to go in a few months, the Cavs are looking to live up to their potential.