Having missed out on the playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers' players can now rest, go on vacation or simply take it easy for the next few months.
For owner Dan Gilbert and the Cavs front office, now is when the real work begins.
Cleveland is in a critical state right now. Question marks surround the team's general manager, coach and many of its players. Having underachieved so badly this season, it's crucial that the Cavaliers have a plan in place this summer to ensure better results next year.
Anything and everything appears to be up in the air right now, and even interim GM David Griffin has admitted that “Everyone in this organization is under review," according to Bob Finnan of The News-Herald).
Here are the seven biggest decisions that Gilbert, and the people he puts in charge, must make this offseason.
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