The 43-year-old Brown led Cleveland from 2005 until getting axed in May 2010.
Despite agreeing to teach a Cavaliers squad removed from a hideous 24-58 campaign, Brown is about to oversee an organization on the brink of blooming.
Elite point guard Kyrie Irving, who averaged 22.5 points, 5.9 assists and 3.7 rebounds over 59 contests, gives Cavaliers supporters a reason to hope, believe and watch.
As the winner of the 2012 Rookie of the Year Award, the 6-foot-3, 190 pound Irving is capable of guiding a squad to glory if surrounded by an efficient supporting cast.
Plus, as a collection of struggling bastards with the third worst mark in the association, the Cavaliers will land one of the top choices in the draft on June 27.
After hometown turncoat LeBron James abandoned “The Rock ‘n’ Roll Capital of the World” in favor of “The Sunshine State” in July 2010, basketball essentially became a profane word in Cleveland.
Roughly three years later, with a quartet of lottery talent at the disposal of a solid defensive mind, the future is beaming for the Cavaliers and Mike Brown in Cleveland.by