Originally Posted by Lakers13
I dont blame Lebron calling out the FO for help. Hes been doing it for 2 years now with no real talent to push them over the top of the current East.
Sadly, they have no real bargaining chips to get some help. So if 2010 comes with no miracle signing or trade, he may just leave, or be coehersed into staying with promises of signings that may never come.
The Cavs will make moves before then. This coming offseason, they will have expiring contracts that should allow them to put together an enticing package.
Obviously, when looking at the cap situation and the salaries that the Cavs are currently dealing with, there was no real chance of anything significant happening this season (or this past offseason).
Next offseason, the Cavs will begin to make some major moves. That said, the Cavs ARE 12 games over .500 in games that LeBron plays in. Obviously, there are issues with the roster (particularly the point guard position), but the Cavs are still going to be a damn dangerous team come playoff time.
I firmly believe that they will catch Orlando for the third spot in the East.