After bottoming out two years ago, the Cleveland Cavaliers parlayed a trade with the Los Angeles Clippers into the first and fourth overall picks in the 2012 Draft. Injuries to Anderson Varejao and hotshot rookie point guard Kyrie Irving hindered this team, particularly down the stretch, and the Cavs finished with a 21-45 record. However, there are some positive signs going forward, even if Dan Gilbert's dream of a title isn't likely to come to fruition anytime soon. As a young, building team, Cleveland decided against making any notable free agent signings. Their biggest addition was C.J. Miles, he of the career average of 8.4 points per game, and they added Jeremy Pargo and Jon Leuer as well. Cleveland says goodbye to Antawn Jamison, a vestige of the LeBron James Era who was not part of their future, and Anthony Parker has moved on also. Instead, this team will rely on their young players. Irving, the reigning NBA Rookie of the Year, will get a full offseason with the team, and if he You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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