NBA analyst explains why there’s finally a “sense of optimism” for the Cavaliers

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have many reasons to be optimistic for the next season, per ESPN’s Bobby Marks. According to the former NBA executive, Cleveland could form a tremendous team in the upcoming years.

“There is a sense of optimism in Cleveland,” Marks wrote, per Cavaliersnation.com. “The Cavaliers finally have stability at head coach with JB Bickerstaff, a likely top-five pick in the draft, a young core and an All-Star in Andre Drummond. Most importantly, Kevin Love is healthy.”

The Cavaliers finished the 2019-2020 season with a 19-46 and as a result, they didn’t get invited for the NBA season restart in Orlando.

After John Beilein got fired back in February, JB Bickerstaff was promoted to the head coach position leading the team to a 5-6 record, until the NBA season pause.

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