The Cavaliers and Massive Adjustments

People who follow the NBA (National Basketball Association) know one thing all too well. That’s that trades that occur during the middle of the season aren’t usually conducive to early summer championships. Trades that take place at that point in the season typically aren’t the best bets.

Sports fans should focus on the Cleveland Cavaliers right now, however. Koby Altman serves as the team’s general manager. Altman and his dedicated assistants handled many transactions recently. They made massive adjustments, too. The Cleveland Cavaliers are barely the same basketball team at this time. Altman said goodbye to a staggering number of players. These are Dwyane Wade, Isaiah Thomas, Iman Shumpert, Derrick Rose, Channing Frye and Jae Crowder. Altman also said hello to a substantial amount of players. He welcomed George Hill, Rodney Hood, Larry Nance and Jordan Clarkson.

Playoffs start in just a little over 60 days. That’s not far off in the future at all. The Cleveland Cavaliers, though, don’t seem to mind that lack of time. They don’t even seem to be aware of it.

The team experienced a severe mishap back at the end of the summer in August. They let go of Kyrie Irving as the result of an infamous Boston trade. The team thought that Thomas had the ability to copy Irving’s impressive defense abilities and skills. They weren’t correct about that in any way.

Altman wants the players on his beloved team to revel in the sport. He wants these people to thrive as well.