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Biggest Bust in Each of the Last Ten NBA Drafts

Reading Time: 5 minutesThe NBA Draft takes place on November 18th this year, and it is a time that many fans get excited for. But if you are a Knicks, Suns, Kings, or Timberwolves fan, every year the draft is complete uncertainty, considering these teams typically do awful in the draft, with a few good picks sprinkled in. And it doesn’t help that these teams typically have high draft picks, making the picks even worse. These teams have drafted some extreme busts over the years, many of them in the last ten years. Each draft has its fair share...

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How the Cavs Can Improve for the Future: Part 2

Reading Time: 2 minutesIn my last article, I dove in on how the Cavs can improve for next year with better schemes, rotations, and player development. In the second, and final part of this Cavs series, I will talk about how they can improve through free agency, and the NBA draft. Trade Kevin Love to the Sixers Deal: Kevin Love, Darius Garland, and 2020 second round pick for Tobias Harris and Josh Richardson Before I begin, shoutout to nba.analysis.2020 on Instagram for suggesting the Sixers as a possible trade destination. This is a match made in heaven. The Sixers...

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Darius Garland’s Rookie Experience

Reading Time: 2 minutesCavs’ rookie Darius Garland had quite the learning experience this season. Though there were bumps in the road, he did show a nice amount of potential whether people would like to admit it or not. Garland obviously had the flaws that a young point guard in the NBA goes through. However, the one part of his game that was very impressive was his playmaking ability which is only going to improve as he grows his decision making and awareness. He also had impressive stretches in terms of scoring the ball. In the month of January, Darius...

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How The Cleveland Cavaliers Can Improve For The Future: Part One

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Cleveland Cavaliers have been in the Eastern Conference cellar for the last two years. However, before the COVID-19 shutdown, the Cavs were playing their best basketball since the beginning of the season as they were 5-6 and beating teams such as the Heat, Sixers, and Nuggets. The Cavs showed a glimpse of what the future could look like. Here’s how they can continue to improve for next year with player development and schemes. Continue developing Kevin Porter Jr. Kevin Porter Jr. has been one of the lone bright spots for the Cavs this season. Before...

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