The Cleveland Cavaliers are off to a poor start that continues to get worse this season. The Cavs have now lost four in a row and are 3-5 this season. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what’s wrong with the team, though there are a lot of potential issues. The Cavs have many new players and are trying to figure out their best lineups and rosters. They also have players coming off injuries. But one thing that was noted this week is how the signing of Dwyane Wade affected things. According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, Cavs head coach Ty Lue never wanted to start Wade. “Dwyane Wade signed, and — not (because of) anything Dwyane did but — that arrival threw five or six people out of whack, including Ty Lue,” Windhorst said “The Lowe Post” podcast on ESPN.