The trades, dysfunction and months of madness are all behind the Cavaliers.
A new season lies ahead. The one that matters.
LeBron James played in his 82nd game, scored 10 points and then got some rest for the playoffs as the Cavaliers concluded a "crazy" regular season with a 110-98 loss on Wednesday night to New York in what was Jeff Hornacek's last game as Knicks coach.
James had never played every game in his 15-year NBA career. But the 33-year-old capped a remarkable run in which he seemed to break a record every night by adding another accomplishment to his long list of achievements.
And now he'll try to get to his eighth straight Finals...