Tristan Thompson entered the offseason with two clear goals in mind: work on his midrange jumper and learn to grow comfortable going left with his dribble.

Yes, left. Thompson might be the only left-handed player in the league who is more comfortable going to his right than his left.

"I'm starting to believe that's what he is – a right-handed player," Cavs coach Byron Scott joked. "As much as I try to get him to use his left, he doesn't want to use it."