4 burning questions for Cleveland Cavaliers entering 2020-21 NBA season

Since their first championship in team history in 2016, the Cleveland Cavaliers lost in back-to-back NBA Finals in 2017 & 2018 to the Golden State Warriors and then LeBron James left for the Lakers, beginning the rebuild for Cleveland once again! Kevin Love and Matthew Dellavedova are the only two players still on the Cavs roster from that 2016 championship run and they have a lot of young talent they are high on around them. 

Collin Sexton, Darius Garland and this year’s first-round pick, Isaac Okoro, are the young core of this team moving forward and will all look to make big impacts for the Cavaliers this season, Sexton in particular who is the best player on this Cleveland roster. Last season, Collin Sexton averaged 20.8 points, 3.0 assists and shot 47.2% from the floor, 38% from three-point range. 

After leading the team in scoring for the first time in his career, Collin Sexton could be even better this season and possess All-Star-like potential for the Cavs moving forward. He is the focal point of this team for years to come and should continue to improve as an offensive weapon this year.

There are however a lot of storylines revolving around this organization as Kevin Love and Andre Drummond are two veteran players who may soon be traded due to the youth movement going on with this roster. The Cavaliers recently traded for Andre Drummond last year and with him being in the final year of his contract, there are a lot of rumors about if the Cavs will look to trade him or re-sign him long-term. 

With everything up-in-the-air with the Cavaliers’ future, let’s take a look at the top 4 burning questions about the Cleveland Cavaliers entering the 2020-21 NBA season.

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