The key to the Cavaliers is that they really do play like a team. One guy isn't dominating the ball, taking all the shots as we've seen in years past.
That being said, Manny recently signed with the Cavaliers D-league affiliate, the Canton Charge. In other future hall of fame news, Ricky Davis signed with the Maine Red Claws, another NBDL team.
The Canton Charge will play the Maine Red Claws in a game soon. Are you putting together what I just said? Manny Harris will play against Ricky Davis in a game of basketball. Depending on who you ask, that means that two former Cavalier legends are facing off in a D-league game. How such greatness can be playing anywhere other than the Association is a mystery to us all.
Forgetting Harris and focusing on the now, the Cavaliers are shaping up surprisingly well with limited talent beyond Irving. At the very least, we'll be entertaining to watch throughout the season. Watching Irving's development and chemistry with the other players will be intriguing.
Look for a tough battle in Indiana on Friday against Danny Granger's undefeated squad. 2 games down, 64 to go. Can the Cavaliers string together back-to-back wins this early in the season?