Is Isaac Okoro at fault for Cleveland's offensive struggles? Key takeaways from week 8 of Cavaliers basketball

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We're now technically two months fully into the 2021-22 season for the Cleveland Cavaliers and it's becoming more and more evident that, at times, they miss Collin Sexton. Whenever the offense seems to bog down during games for Cleveland they would usually turn to Sexton, who is out for the year after knee surgery, to get them a few quick, easy buckets. In Sexton's stead, the Cavaliers have turned to Isaac Okoro to take over as the team's starting two-guard. According to sources, this was something in consideration for Cleveland if Okoro outplayed Sexton this season but, due to the injury, it happened sooner instead of later.

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