3 “Musts” For the Cavs This Offseason

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I’m going to be completely honest, this Cavs season was a big disappointment. They definitely need to make some big improvements going into next year. I’ve listed my 3 biggest improvements for the Cavs to make for next season below.

#1. Improve Chemistry Between Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters

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This is a MUST for the offseason improvements. They are undoubtedly the two must talented players on the Cavs, and we need to be able to keep them both in order to have the best possible team moving forward. If you can get them on the same page mentally, The Cavs will be a scary team to face 2-3 years down the road.

#2 Get a Pass-First Small Forward
Kyle Anderson

Since I don’t think Luol Deng will return to the Cavaliers next year, the Cavs will now need a new starting SF. Kyle Anderson is the perfect fit for the Cavaliers. In 33 minutes per game, he averages 14.6 points, 8.8 rebounds, and 6.5 assists. Kyle Anderson is a guy who does not have to score very much, he is very comfortable with racking up the assists, which would appeal to Kyrie and Dion. He would be able to start right away and get comfortable with the team. This would not only be a good fit for the Cavs, but also for Kyle Anderson.

#3 Resign Spencer Hawes and C.J. Miles
CJ Miles and spencer Hawes

You need to resign both Spencer Hawes and C.J. Miles. Spencer Hawes will be the starting center for the Cavs. He will be able to take a lot off of the shoulders of injury-plagued Anderson Varejao. He will also help to stretch out the defense and allow easy layups for Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters.C.J. Miles one of the most consistent scoring options the Cavs had all of last season. If you can put him on the bench and have him be the 6th man, watch out Cavs fans, the Cavs could be a pretty good team next year.

– Jimmy Carcioppolo (find me on twitter at CST_JimmyC

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