Since the start of the season, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been one of the most consistent teams in the East.
They are currently the fourth team in their conference and hold a 38-22 record.
Their chances of reaching the playoffs are incredibly high – and they just got higher.
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— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) February 15, 2023
The team recently acquired Danny Green, who last played for the Memphis Grizzlies briefly, and the Philadelphia 76ers for a couple of seasons.
However, Green got his start in the NBA with the Cavaliers, so this is a homecoming that is being celebrated by the fans.
The Cavaliers are very happy to see Green back and they are incredibly excited to see what he brings to the team.
His 8.7 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 1.5 assists a game might not seem like a wildly impressive amount but Green has found a ton of success throughout his 13 years in the league.
The 35-year-old player is a three-time champion and one of the few stars in NBA history to win three rings with three different teams.
After so many years and so many victories, Green knows a lot about how to compete and how to win in the postseason.
He will join Ricky Rubio and Kevin Love as a veteran star who will impart his wisdom to the young, promising squad that centers the Cavaliers.
Green has had a rough stretch lately because of injuries.
Hopefully, he has put that behind him so he can start producing for the Cavaliers right away.
He will get his first chance to do so on Wednesday night as Cleveland faces off against the 76ers.NEXT: Donovan Mitchell Is Earning A Spot In Cavaliers History