KJG roundtable on all-time starters, LeBron James’ postseason runs with Cavs, his fit with prior CLE legends

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With the NBA season on hiatus, the team figured it’d be a great time to give their takes on their all-time Cleveland Cavaliers starting five, LeBron James’ best postseason runs with the Cavs, and more in the latest KJG roundtable.

At this point, it’s still uncertain if the 2019-20 season will resume or not for the NBA in relation to concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic, but on a positive note, it was encouraging to see the Cleveland Cavaliers play better post-All-Star break.

Clearly, the group got a lift with J.B. Bickerstaff taking over at head coach, and the Cavs were a fairly respectable 5-6 in that span leading up to the season’s suspension. Obviously, that was much better than their overall record on the season at this juncture which is 19-46.

Moreover, in terms of reported updates regarding alternative season scenarios/the potential financial impact of a cancelled season, you can view those here and also here.

With the NBA season on hiatus until further notice, though, it seemed like an ideal time to look back at former Cavaliers and LeBron James, and in this latest KJG roundtable, we did just that.

Here, the squad gave their takes as far as their all-time starting five for the Wine and Gold, which is always a fun topic of conversation at any time, really. We touched on eras with Mark Price, Larry Nance, Brad Daugherty and those guys, along with teammates of LeBron, such as Kyrie Irving and when it comes to my opinion, I detailed my Cavs all-time starting five take recently.

Additionally, we discussed LeBron’s greatest postseason runs as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers (of course, he’s now a Los Angeles Laker), and more.

Alright then, we’ll proceed to question one of this particularly fun KJG roundtable!