Projecting the Cleveland Cavaliers' 2014-15 Roster

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Projecting the Cleveland Cavaliers' 2014-15 Roster
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If the Cleveland Cavaliers have any real chance to sign Kyrie Irving to a long-term deal, general manager David Griffin had better get started putting together a lineup that can win now.

It is a good time for Cleveland sports. (I can't believe I just said that).

The Cleveland Cavaliers just keep getting lucky.

Much like the Cleveland Browns in the NFL draft, the Cavaliers are presented with the opportunity to become relevant again with the right moves this offseason.

David Griffin had the "interim" tag removed from his title earlier this month and Mike Brown was fired for the second time in four years. Despite having three No. 1 overall picks in the last four years, the Cavaliers, in typical Cleveland sports fashion, have been in a constant state of rebuilding since LeBron James bolted for South Beach following the 2009-10 season.

Since then, Kyrie Irving seems like a big win, while last year's top pick, Anthony Bennett, has looked like the biggest bust in recent memory.

Owner Dan Gilbert and the Cavaliers now have the opportunity to throw out all their mistakes from the last five seasons and make the Wine and Gold relevant again.

The following slides project the Cavaliers' plan this offseason, including coaching changes, good-fit free agents and the draft class of 2014.

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