CLEVELAND -- Byron Scott believes the Cavaliers can be a playoff team in 2013-14.
Really, he does.
Not this version of the Cavs, mind you. But Scott bases his thinking on the idea that his roster will resemble a pro basketball team and not just some sort of waiting list for the Cleveland Clinic.
First thing is, stay healthy, Scott said of the Cavs future, prior to Fridays 97-87 loss to visiting Philadelphia.
Add another player or two, Scott said.
Thats a given, because it happens every year. The Cavs pick up a free agent, select a couple young dudes in the draft, maybe make a trade.
Every team does it. No big deal there.
Staying injury-free, however, is a considerably taller task. Especially with this bunch.
Starting center Anderson Varejao will finish his second straight season of playing just 25 games. He tallied 31 the year before that.
Star point guard Kyrie Irving has played 100 of a possible 137 games over two seasons.
Rookie shooting guard Dion Waite...