CLEVELAND, Ohio — You gotta love the Cavaliers … well, other than maybe Tuesday’s loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.
In my Cavs book, THE COMEBACK, I wrote about the vision general manager David Griffin had for his team.
That idea — a high-octane offense — was one of the main reasons David Blatt was fired as the coach, replaced by Tyronn Lue.
At times, we saw it last season.
But Lue has unleashed the Cavs this season, as they are averaging 112 points.
The only concern is the occasional letdown on defense, as was the case Tuesday against the Bucks.
We talk about the transformation of the team from a year ago in this video.