From the outside looking in, the Cleveland Cavaliers are currently in the midst of an offseason of turmoil.
The team’s new general manager Koby Altman, however, doesn’t see it that way.
“This thing is not broken,” Altman said at a Wednesday press conference officially announcing him as the Cavs GM. “We are a very successful organization.”
Altman noted the franchise coming off its third consecutive NBA Finals appearance, as well as the offseason acquisitions of Derrick Rose, Jeff Green, Cedi Osman and Jose Calderon. Those moves, however, have been overshadowed this summer by the departure of former general manager David Griffin and recent reports that star point guard Kyrie Irving had demanded a trade.
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