On Thursday’s trade deadline, the Cleveland Cavaliers did the unthinkable, trading a great fraction of their entire team. Isaiah Thomas, Dwyane Wade, Derrick Rose, Channing Frye, Iman Shumpert, and Jae Crowder were all moved from the team. Jordan Clarkson, George Hill, Larry Nance Jr., and Rodney Hood all joined the Cavs.

LeBron James recently expressed his satisfaction with his new team, and now the emphasis for the remainder is for everyone to get acclimated on the court.

Hill, who will likely become the Cavaliers’ starting point guard, has strong faith that James will lead them to a championship this year. According to Uproxx’s Ryan Nagelhout, Hill believes that James is the leader and the rest of the team are sidekicks.

“He’s the Batman and we gotta be all Robins.”

When he was a member of the Indiana Pacers, Hill had a variety of bad memories of James when the latter played for the Miami Heat. James was responsible for knocking the Pacers out of the playoffs on many occasions.

“Way to remind me of that,” Hill said. “You work every year to get to that point and we ran across a three-headed monster a couple times. … So we just think ‘man, if we just would’ve gotten that Game 7 (in 2013), or maybe that Game 2 in Miami that year LeBron hit the game winner, who knows? We probably would’ve been champs.’

“But he’s a champ, he’s the MVP, an All-Star for a reason. One of the best to do it, so I tip my hat to him.”

Now that the two have joined forces, the Cavaliers will hopefully rise to the occasion and become a threat in the NBA.