Cleveland Cavaliers’ trade for Donovan Mitchell changed everything, including J.B. Bickerstaff’s plans for the upcoming season

 Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is a luxurious retreat destination in the foothills of Pennsylvania — about a three-hour drive from downtown Cleveland.

Vibrant and robust, it is ideal for the adventurer who wants to take part in ziplining, axe throwing, archery or even a safari tour.

 Serene and secluded, it also fits the vacationer looking to relax and escape inside a chateau or lodge with a world class spa, holistic healing center and five-star dining service.

Cleveland Cavaliers head coach J.B. Bickerstaff has tabbed Nemacolin as a pre-camp coaching retreat landing spot — a private place

Bickerstaff brought his coaches back to Nemacolin a few weeks ago. For two days — Aug. 29-30 — they kicked around countless ideas.

It’s the same quintet that decimated the Atlanta Hawks in the play-in tournament, the one that Cleveland decision-makers had envisioned following the LeVert pickup in February

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