Cleveland Cavaliers: LeBron James (BEST)
When we all come to our senses and acknowledge that LeBron James has ascended to the rank of the 2nd-greatest NBA player of all time, we’ll finally be able to truly appreciate his greatness. James fulfilled the prophecies foretold about him when he was still in high school, winning three NBA Championships — including the 2016 title which he brought back to his home region of Cleveland, Ohio.
James was selected as the league’s MVP four times, although there are arguments that could easily be made about him being shortchanged in that area more than once. Perhaps most impressive is his streak of playing in nine consecutive NBA Finals between 2010 and 2018.
Cleveland Cavaliers: Anthony Bennett (WORST)
It looks like Anthony Bennett will go down as one of the biggest number one pick busts in NBA draft history. Bennett was unplayable as a rookie, averaging under 13 terrible minutes a game.
He was so bad the Cavs gave up on him after just one season, lumping him in with Andrew Wiggins in a trade for Kevin Love once LeBron James came back into town.
Bennett played on four teams in four years before heading to Europe for a stint. He’s currently plying his trade in the G-League at the tender age of 25.