The Cleveland Cavaliers are ready to make a formal introduction to its fanbase.
Donovan Mitchell has been a part of the team for a few weeks now but he hasn’t actually stepped before the fans or press yet, meaning that his move to Cleveland still feels like a dream to many.
That dream is about to come true.
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— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) September 14, 2022
The Cavs are set to formally introduce Mitchell on Wednesday, presenting him to the city eager to see what he can do.
There are a lot of big wishes and expectations for Mitchell and Wednesday will be the first time the people will be able to see their new All-Star.
Mitchell Making Dreams Come True
Now that Mitchell is part of the Cavaliers, the devoted Cleveland followers expect nothing short of greatness from their team.
He was one of the star players for the Utah Jazz and has repeatedly been hailed as one of the best guards in the league, with a career average of 23.9 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 4.5 assists.
Some have already said that between Mitchell and Darius Garland the Cavaliers now have one of the best backcourts in the East.
That’s a lot of praise for a team that has yet to actually play together.
Therefore, the next few weeks will be pivotal for the Cavaliers: if the team really does look as good as people had hoped, great times may be ahead.
However, if the inclusion of Mitchell doesn’t feel right, speculation about the team’s future will begin almost immediately.
It might take some time for the Cavaliers and Mitchell to live up to the hype and no one should be surprised if they don’t look like Finals contenders right away.
It all starts on Wednesday when the world gets a clear look at the newest Cavalier.