The Cavaliers have to find their rhythm on the offensive end of the floor now that they have all of their main pieces together, so they deserve some measure of patience. However, they are fortunate that they were so good defensively because the Cavs had 18 turnovers on the evening.
The Cavs were averaging the fourth-fewest turnovers per game coming into the game with the Warriors, so it was not refreshing to see them be so careless. Darius Garland had six of his own, and while he is still finding his rhythm, he needs to be better, considering the fact that he is the orchestrator of this offense.
He was not the only culprit though. Mitchell had four turnovers, and Mobley had five turnovers. That is a combined 15 turnovers from three of your offensive best players. If the Cavs want to have more offensive success, they have to take care of the ball. They want to play at a faster pace, take more shots, and have more early shot clock offense, but that cannot come at the cost of giving the ball away.
When the Cavs play the contenders of the Eastern Conference, like the Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers, and others, they cannot give the ball away. Fortunately, turnovers have not been an issue to start the year for the most part, but it was the only dud in what was otherwise a great performance for the Cavs. Expect them to clean up this issue in their next game, a rematch with the Oklahoma City Thunder.