Bill Simmons on the Cavs

Classic take from the best columnist in sports:

In the last edition of “Big Picture,” I thought the Cavs were one of the seven teams with a realistic chance of winning the title because of LeBron’s Tremendous Upside Potential. Then I watched them play a few more times … it’s just a poorly conceived, poorly coached team, and LeBron isn’t ready to carry them on a night-to-night basis against good teams (especially at crunch-time). So I’m sticking them here. We’ll know they’re ready for primetime when LeBron stops chewing his nails like a little kid during fourth quarter timeouts. And not one second before.

Here’s the question – does Flip Murray change this analysis?

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