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Cleveland Cavaliers Team Info

Since joining the National Basketball Association before the 1971 season the Cavaliers haven't enjoyed a great deal of success. The team has made it to the playoffs on 13 different occasions during its 32 years of playing but it has never had an NBA Finals berth. The team has made it to the Eastern Conference Finals twice though; the most recent trip came in 1992. The last time the team made it to the playoffs came in 1998 where the team fell in four games. The moment that the Cavaliers are most known for isn't for what they did, but rather what another player did to them. In 1989, the Cavs had played four very close games and went back to Cleveland to play the deciding fifth game of the series. The Cavs found themselves up by one point with three seconds left on the clock. Somehow Michael Jordan shrugged off a Craig Ehlo/Larry Nance double team, caught the ball, and double pumped the ball over Ehlo as time expired in and made one of the greatest shots in history.

In more recent memory the Cavaliers haven't been much more than a doormat for the rest of the East to walk all over. The team finished with a 17-65 record in 2002 and won the Lottery. With that first pick they drafted what many think was the savior of the entire league, LeBron James. James came straight out of high school as the most hyped player to ever come into the game. The weirdest part about all the hype wasn't the countless number of commercials that were playing, the comparisons to guys like Magic, MJ and Dr. J before he ever suited up for a single game, but the fact that James actually lived up and surpassed a lot of the hype that preceded his first splash into the franchise. In the very first game he played, James scored 25 points, grabbed six rebounds, dished out nine assists and made four steals in front of a national audience. James also didn't disappoint when he threw down two breakaway dunks and put on a show for the people watching around the country.“The James Gang” as many call the Cavs now a days finished the season with a 35-47 record. James is the real deal and will only get better next year when he turns 20. He's the best player that we've ever seen com straight out of high school, better than Kobe was when he first got into the league, better than Kevin Garnett and better than Shawn Kemp. Look out for LeBron James to be everywhere just like the last great player to wear number 23 was back in the day.