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In 2003, the Cleveland Cavaliers were still “that terrible team” that had lost in the Eastern Conference finals three years in a row; James Worthy turned 35; and the team was on its way to appearing in a fourth straight Finals. After the ’03 playoffs, Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert was asked what he was going to do with the team if the team failed. He replied, “I’m going to buy a ball and get my daughter a glove.”
If Gilbert’s book “The Big Chair” were to be employed in a conversation regarding the attitudes of Cavaliers fans during this era, the characterization that was offered would probably be complete. Not that Cavaliers fans haven’t had some attitude in the last decade. In fact, they were the first major sports team in the country to have made the playoffs every year of that decade and thus weren’t going to be blamed for the rise of the Heat. The problem is that they’ve mostly been loud during that time. Too often, they’ve been embarrassing. Even having LeBron, arguably their biggest star, slip off a team that looked like it might beat Denver in 2009, has been a downer. So no, it’s not hard to beat Cleveland fans. They have a collection of toxic personality traits that is so deep, it probably has two lungs.
The problem is the Cavs themselves have never been anything more than mediocre in the last five years. In 2006, they won 27 games. In 2010, they won 22 games. The bulk of those wins, though, were against teams worse than the Cavaliers. Then there was Kyrie Irving—who probably wasn’t even in Cleveland when the Cavaliers didn’t get 27 wins in 2006—who was surrounded by a talented group. Things looked pretty good.