Found April 29, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Cleveland Cavaliers Record: 24-58- 13th in East- 28th in NBA Review: The Cleveland Cavaliers finished with a very poor record, but remember, Kyrie Irving missed 23 games, Anderson Varejao missed 57 games, Dion Waiters missed 21 games and numerous other players missed time. If healthy, they still probably would not have made the playoffs, but they would have been a much better team. Despite the record, there were numerous positives during the year, most importantly, Kyrie Irving has not just become an All Star, but a superstar. They will build around him for the next decade and at only 21, he should become even better over the next few years and should become a top 5-10 NBA player. Tristan Thompson also had a breakout second season, proving to be an elite rebounder and a very solid defender and came into the season with an improved offensive game. He should be a very nice piece for them moving forward. Dion Waiters was inconsistent and missed a lot of time, but he showed elite scorin...
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