NBA Summer League 2012: Cleveland Cavaliers and Best Teams to Watch in Vegas
The Cleveland Cavaliers will be one of the exciting teams at the 2012 Vegas Summer League that basketball fans should pay attention to.
The Vegas Summer League is the first time that many NBA teams will have their recent draft picks playing together in the team's offense and developing important chemistry on the court.
Let's look at the best teams to watch in Vegas.
Golden State Warriors
The Warriors will be a much improved team during the upcoming NBA season, and the deciding factor in whether or not they make the playoffs could be the performances of their young players.
First-round pick Harrison Barnes out of North Carolina will be one of the most exciting players at the summer league, and it will be interesting to see how much some of the weaknesses in his game have improved during the offseason.
If you want to see exciting offensive players score a lot of points and show off some amazing athleticism, make sure you check out the Warriors this month in Vegas.
The Wizards were a mess last year, and will be hoping that their young players reach their potential as soon as possible so the franchise can make the playoffs for the first time since the 2007-08 season.
Bradley Beal will be eager to show why the Wizards were smart to take him with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2012 NBA draft.
The former Florida Gators star will showcase his elite offensive talent and underrated defense throughout the Vegas summer league.
Beal could be the best player in Vegas over the next couple weeks, and he will make the Wizards worth watching.
The Cavaliers will be an exciting team to watch in Vegas because they will score lots of points with their athleticism and offensive ability at all five positions.
Will Cleveland make the playoffs next season?
One player to pay attention to is Dion Waiters, who will be looking to prove that he is a star in the making. He was taken with the fourth overall pick in the draft, which many people felt was a major gamble by the Cavaliers.
Waiters and 2011-12 NBA Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving will lead one of the best young backcourts in the league this season.
If Cleveland's two first-round picks—Waiters and former North Carolina center Tyler Zeller—can contribute consistently at both ends of the floor this season, the Cavaliers could be a playoff team. That journey will begin in Vegas.
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