Despite injuries and overall youth, the Cleveland Cavaliers doubled their win total last season (22 to 44) and now have a playmaker poised to make an even bigger impact this season, raising expectations to levels that haven’t been seen in decades for a Cavs team that doesn’t have LeBron James. Donovan Mitchell was acquired from a Utah team that he helped lead to a No. 1 seed in the Western Conference two seasons ago. Look for Evan Mobley to get even better in his second season, as he has the tools to play the Rudy Gobert role under Mitchell’s tutelage. Darius Garland also has room to improve, and Jarrett Allen is back with his stellar defense.
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