It's playoffs or bust for the Cavaliers in 2013-14. At least that's the stated goal of the franchise after being one of the worst teams in the NBA during their post-LeBron era. In the three years since the King left for warmer climes, Cleveland has won a combined 64 games (or two fewer than they did in 2008-09 alone). There are plenty of reasons for optimism this season. They have a new coaching staff led by Mike Brown in his second coming to Cleveland. The Cavs also made some splashes in free agency (Andrew Bynum and Jarrett Jack), and they have a boatload of young talent captained by one of the most lethal fourth-quarter scorers in the league, Kyrie Irving.
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