Love it, hate it or really hate it, Mike Brown is back at the helm of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
His first stint in Cleveland, which lasted five years, will be completely different from this one in terms of roster construction.
Working with mostly veterans and a few players still in their prime the first time around, Brown now finds himself with the third youngest roster in the entire NBA. His star player is barely old enough to legally drink, and his most experienced veteran can't seem to make it past Christmas healthy.
Still, there's a lot of young talent on the roster, and a lot of the team's success will depend on how Brown can develop these youngsters.
Based on his coaching the first time in Cleveland, combined with the roster he has to work with, here are some things you can expect to see next season and in the following years from Brown and the Cavs.