Apparently, that's never going to happen. At least not for a while, since the Cavs have solved their point guard woes...with Larry Hughes. From Cavalier Attitude:
Ever since installing Larry Hughes at the point on March 3rd against Toronto, the Cavs are a perfect 7-0. Even more impressively, they've had some of their biggest offensive explosions during this stretch, something that was a pipedream a few months ago when the stagnant offense prompted discouraging remarks by Hughes and LeBron James about head coach Mike Brown.The rest of the post goes on to discuss the current, uplifting state of the Cavs in great detail. Highly recommended. But I'm not sure why they hadn't tried Hughes before this point. Yes, he struggled at the position early in his career, and at least early on in Washington, he was primarily a scorer and rebounder. Yet when he and Arenas tore it up in 2004-05, Hughes did his fair share of ballhandling and facilitating. With LeBron in the line-up, it's not like he'll ever have to really man the point.
This is great for Cleveland fans, but maybe even better for the rest of us. Not only is LeBron back in effect--his team isn't now totally painful to watch.