After free agency and a blockbuster trade, the Cleveland Cavaliers look to be competing for a top spot in the east. In free agency they signed home town hero and 4x MVP LeBron James and traded for rebounding champion and 3-Point shootout campion. Some people are criticizing this super team claiming they will be like the 2012-13 Los Angeles Lakers, who looked like they had a good chance to make it to the Finals but struggled with injury and teammate chemistry and ended up with the 8th and got swept in the first round. Most other people compare them to the 2012-13 Miami Heat, I really wanted to know statistically which team they would be more like. With the roster shifts over the offseason I took last year's stats from this years Cavaliers roster and did the stats deduction for a star player added to the team to get these stats. The Cavaliers would rank in the bottom third of the the league and their rebounding would be in the bottom half. One of their Big 3, Kevin Love was supposed to add rebounding and scoring while maintaining a high assist amount, while he will do that at a lesser strength than he did with the Timberwolves, the Cavs will most likely struggle to do anything but score as their offense ranks 7th in the league while their defense ranks 27th. These stats are similar to the 2012-13 LA Lakers who's only strong point was creating their own shot. I was surprised that the Cavs don't look to have a good season after looking so good!