Cleveland Cavaliers wing Kevin Porter Jr. (left) and Cleveland guard Collin Sexton celebrate in-game. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
We could see the Cleveland Cavaliers back before 2021.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have not appeared in game action since March 10, in which they had a narrow loss to the Chicago Bulls. Shortly thereafter, the 2019-20 NBA season’s novel coronavirus-induced hiatus went into effect, and later on, the season would ultimately end for Cleveland with them not being a team chosen to participate in the Orlando restart.
That was a tough bit of luck for Cleveland, albeit due to COVID-19 exposure concerns, one could fully understand where the league was coming from.