The 10 Greatest Moments Of The Cavs 2014-15 Season
The Cleveland Cavaliers have had a long and successful year with the return of LeBron James all the way to the improbable NBA Finals run they made. We look back at the top 10 moments from this past season that should have Cavs fans excited for the 2015-16 season.
10. Wiggins Draft
In the 2013 NBA Draft, the Cavs selected UNLV Forward Anthony Bennett with the first overall pick. Bennett turned out to be a bust, as he barely cracked the rotation in the 2013-2014 season in which the Cavs went 33-49, and did not make the playoffs. The Cavs front office really messed up, picking Bennett instead of players like Victor Oladipo, Nerlens Noel, Michael Carter-Williams, among others. When it came to the 2014 NBA Draft, Cavs fans prayed the the Cavs would not mess up two years in a row, especially since they were very very lucky to be granted a second 1st overall pick in two years.
Deciding between Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker, the Cavs ultimately chose Wiggins, preferring the player with more upside over the player who was at the time more NBA-ready. Although Wiggins would never play a single minute for the Cavs, it seems that the Cavs made the correct choice in the draft in choosing Wiggins, as drafting him allowed the Cavs to use him as a trade piece to get a third all-star to pair with Kyrie and LBJ.
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