After four regular season games, the jury is still out on the Cleveland Cavaliers. Following the team's much-anticipated home opener that resulted in a disappointing loss to the Boston Celtics, the squad traveled north of the border for what many thought would be a great opportunity to even the slate and work out any bugs left from the offseason. The result was an even more disheartening effort as the Cavs were dismantled by the Raptors, 101-91. Questions that were on the minds of Cleveland fans and the media alike (Was the addition of Shaquille O'Neal really an upgrade? What's going on with the offenseùand defense? Why do Shaq and Zydrunas Ilgauskas share so much time on the floor?) grew into deeper, much more serious concerns after the Toronto mishap. The next few days saw the Cavs turn ...
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