Its kinda crazy how deep this roster is considering where they started this year. David Griffin turned Mo Williams' contract, Chris "Birdman" Anderson, Mike Dunleavy, Jordan McRae and a first round pick into Kyle Korver, Derrick Williams, Deron Williams, and Andrew Bogut. The Cavs now can easily go 12-deep once Kevin Love and JR Smith are healthy. And that still leaves out rookie Kay Felder, DeAndre Liggins (who's played in 47 games, starting 19) and "Champ" James Jones, who is only shooting 59% from three in his 37 games he's played. This Cavs team might be one of the deepest teams in league history. What other team has seven players who were taken in the top five in the draft (including three former first overall picks). But how will they all fit? That's the question going into the postseason.
The Cavs will still have their three point shooting lineup in Kyrie, Smith, Korver, James, and Love/Frye or their ability to go "big" with their LeBron, Korver, Jefferson, Derrick Williams, Frye lineup. Its pretty ridiculous the amount of mixing and matching Ty Lue can do. Its like having different formations in football, it will depend on the matchup and how each individual game is going.
All in all, the Cavaliers have a ton of options at their disposal and its going to fun and frustrating at times while they fine who they are. But they should have enough time before the playoffs get started because in reality we know the nine players who will play in every game its the extra one or two where there are questions.