As a Seattle Supersonics fan (still waiting for that comeback), I’ve lost a lot more than a LeBron James. LeBron is safe and sound in Cleveland now, but there is someone that Cleveland fans might not mind losing. First-year coach David Blatt isn’t looking too hot in Cleveland. Cheri Cheng from newseveryday.com posted an article that put the rumors and all the talk to rest with reports that the GM of the Cavaliers backed David Blatt up and told the media that he was not on the hot seat. When LeBron James came back home, it was sort of like déjà vu for LeBron with reporters and fans having the same optimistic thoughts that appeared when LeBron arrived in Miami. As Cleveland is currently sitting at the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference, they are not living up to expectations of fans and others around the league. Personally, I think that it will take a little bit longer than it took the Heat to come together when LeBron first arrived in Miami. The new additions in the backcourt of Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith seem to be a good improvement to the roster, being that they are on a 9 game winning streak so far. Even though the Cavaliers are looking to have a better second-half of the season, I still feel that they could have had a better head coach. Don't get me wrong, David Blatt has a very good basketball mind and credentials to back his status up, but I feel the Cavaliers won't reach their full potential with David Blatt as their coach. Before the season I felt that they should have chosen former Warriors head coach Mark Jackson. Mark Jackson has a great feel for the game and being that he also played in the league back in the day makes him even a better candidate. I feel his NBA experience puts him over the top of David Blatt and a better fit for Cleveland. David Blatt had a fantastic coaching career in Israel, coaching for Maccabi Tel Aviv before becoming the Cavaliers head coach. I think the duo of Kyrie and LeBron are more responsible for the Cavalier's wins than David Blatt. To put things into perspective, that championship ring might not come as soon as Cleveland fans are expecting it.