The Cleveland Cavaliers’ Lack of Talent

The Nets Dumped Steve Nash. Should It Have Been Kyrie Irving?

I love Steve Nash. He’s one of the most popular players on the Cleveland Cavaliers, and it seems almost like all of his problems stemmed from the fact that he was in a situation where his career might be over before he had a chance to truly shine. After all, Nash had already started to decline during the 2011-2012 season while wearing an injured knee brace on his left knee. He never completely returned to his former glory, and there was a chance that his career may have been over. Nash had already had his best season in his career two seasons prior, but it may have been one of his best seasons, period.

We all know how the Cleveland Cavaliers have been playing this season, but Nash did not have a team around him that could have done the same thing. In this case, I would argue that Cleveland’s lack of talent has played a big part in why Steve Nash is no longer with the team. It’s not as if Nash was a bad player after all. He was just playing well in a bad situation, but the Cavs could not see him as a centerpiece on their team.

We all know what Kyrie Irving is going to bring to the Cleveland Cavaliers. After all, he’s been on their radar for quite a while now. After finishing eighth in the NBA in PER last season, the Cleveland Cavaliers looked to have added a key free agent addition to their roster. The team needed someone to step in and fill out the bench and give them some extra scoring punch, and they got that by drafting Kyrie Irving with the eighth overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.

This season has been a success for the Cavaliers. Kyrie Irving has taken some lumps over the course of the season due to the inconsistent style and offense of the team, and the team has lost a few games to close out the season. The

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