Anything less than a top-6 seed would be a DISAPPOINTMENT for Cavs – Bobby Marks | NBA on ESPN

Anything less than a top-6 seed would be a disappointment for cavs - bobby marks | nba on espn

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Bobby Marks previews the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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