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Favorite Players

  1. Lebron James- Lebron is the best player by far the Cleveland Cavailiers have ever had. He is arguably the best player to ever play in the NBA, he is definetly the best player of his generation. He came to the NBA right out of high school in 2003 and everybody knew he was a once in a generation player. Lebron in 2016 led the Cavailiers along with his heroic block on Andre Iguodala to prevent the Warriors from taking the lead to there first championship in franchise history.

    Lebron James
  2. Kyrie Irving- Without Lebron James the Cavailiers wouldn’t of won a championship in 2016, but the same goes for Kyrie Irving and who knows maybe the Cavailiers would on won the championship in 2015 also if he didn’t tear his achillies. In the 2016 NBA finals Kyrie Irving hit the go ahead 3 pointer with under a minute to go to defeat the Warriors. In my opinion Kyrie Irving is the best point guard in the NBA and he isn’t even the best player on his team.

    Kyrie Irving
  3. Mark Price- Before Lebron James Mark Price was the best player the cavs ever had. He made 4 all-star teams, and led the Cavailiers to the playoffs 7 times. Mark Price has the best free throw percentage in the history of the NBA. Who knows he he didn’t play in the same era as Michael maybe he could of had more success in the playoffs.

    Mark Price

  4. Brad Daugherty- The number 1 overall pick in the 1986 draft was a 7 foot monster for the Cavailiers for 8 seasons. He averaged 19 points a game and 8.5 rebounds a game in his career and was on the same team as Mark price and they formed a nice duo. A bad back probably prevented him from having a hall of fame career.

    Brad Daugherty

  5. Larry Nance- Larry was brought in a couple years after Mark Price and Brad Daugherty were drafted forming a big 3. Larry was a defensive specialist, and was also 6’10 with a huge wingspan and played like a gaurd on offense. He made 2 all star teams as Cavailier and averaged 17 points a game and also had success with the Pheonix Suns.

    Larry Nance