CLEVELAND -- You cant put too much stock in a scrimmage, particularly one that involves only your own teammates.
But if youre talking about scrimmages played in front of the public, such as the Cavaliers Wine & Gold exhibition Saturday at Quicken Loans Arena, you could do worse.
In fact, this one was closer to an actual game than in seasons past, with youngsters such as Kyrie Irving, Dion Waiters and several others treating this like it counted in the standings.
Not surprising, considering jobs are on the line here. And its position-battles aplenty, because at some point, the Cavs will have to send five of the 20 players in camp on their not-so-merry way.
Right now, its still too early to tell who should stay and who should start dialing up the D-League scouts. So perhaps we should focus on the positives. For one day, anyway, Cavs fans can take comfort knowing:
Rookie guard Dion Waiters has some serious explosiveness. He missed both of three-point attempts, but went 4-for-...