The Cleveland Cavaliers have a young roster made up of many young 19-23 year olds: Irving, Waiters, Wiggins, Bennett, Thompson, Felix, Delladova. They also have a new head coach, David Blatt, that is new to the NBA, and is used to a team approach to basketball.
In the past with LeBron we've seen him constantly yell at young players such as Chalmers or Cole in an effort to get through to them. Especially during the 2010-11 season there were a couple reported "player only meetings" and locker room incidents. We've also seen him go against Erik Spoelstra at times with the infamous "shoulder bump" incident, as well as during the past Finals trying to take the coach's seat during a video session and clashing with his philosophy.
Meanwhile, the Cavs locker room state last season was a constant point of discussion with alleged fist fights and constant clashes among teammates over role, touches, assigning blame, agents allegedly requesting trades. To put it simple, nobody trusted each other. How do you think LeBron will adapt to that environment and mesh with these young players, and will they be able to respond to his demanding leadership style? Will David Blatt be able to convince LeBron to buy into his system and do whatever he asks even if LeBron does not agree with the decisions?