LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were widely expected to dominate the Eastern Conference this season, but things have not gone according to plan. Cleveland has gotten off to a 4-6 start and there are quite a few concerns surrounding the franchise.

Cleveland has gone through a lot of change since the end of last season. Trading Kyrie Irving was a blockbuster move and it has seemingly messed with team chemistry. Bringing in a lot of new players normally takes time to adjust to, which is where the Cavaliers are at this point in time.

Head coach Tyronn Lue has been very vocal about his displeasure and concern about the Cavaliers' play so far.

He has reportedly lost sleep over the tough start to the season. Injuries have also been brutal for Cleveland early on this year.

All of that being said, why shouldn't the Cavaliers and their fans panic even with the Slow Start they have had?

Why shouldn't the Cavaliers panic?

Perhaps the biggest reason that the Cavaliers shouldn't panic is because they haven't even had Isaiah Thomas come back from injury yet. Thomas was one of the top scorers in the NBA last season and the Cavaliers believe that he will be able to replace Irving well. That would also give Cleveland's bench a boost, with former superstar point guard Derrick Rose moving to the second unit.

Looking at the Cavs' roster, there are plenty of reasons to relax.

The amount of talent that they have been able to put together is unbelievable.

Having the best player in the NBA should put minds to rest as well. James has not struggled personally and has always made his teammates better and demanded excellence. That will not change and he will make sure his teammates get back on track moving forward.

Another reason is that the Eastern Conference is very weak. If the Cavaliers were playing in the Western Conference, there would be reason for concern. That being said, there are only one or two teams that could potentially knock the Cavaliers off in a playoff series after they get their chemistry back on track throughout the regular season.

Cleveland may have some issues that need to be fixed, but they already have the pieces on their roster to fix them.

What should fans expect from Cleveland moving forward?

Even though the Cavaliers do have a lot of talent, there is a good chance that they won't heat up for a few more weeks. There is no telling when Thomas will return to the court and the Cavaliers will be without big man Tristan Thompson for an extended period of time due to a calf injury.

LeBron and company will find their way. Fans should expect that they will find their groove at some point in December. Cleveland is still the favorite to win the East and the slow start shouldn't change anyone's mind.

Expect to see Cleveland start getting healthy and begin dominating the East like they were supposed to.

LeBron and company look like a good bet to represent the East in the NBA Finals once again this season.

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