The Cleveland Cavaliers are involved in a lot of NBA free agency talk right now after bringing on Earl Clark and potentailly signing big man Andrew Bynum.
Add the Cavaliers to the list of teams involved in NBA trade rumors as well.
Apparently the Cavaliers could be opening to trading one of Anderson Varejao, Tristan Thompson, first-round pick Anthony Bennett or Earl Clark.
At least, according to Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio:
Whether they land Bynum or not, the Cavs could be open to moving one of their power forwards prior to the start of the season. Right now, Varejao, Tristan Thompson, Kevin Jones, newcomer Earl Clark, and No. 1 overall draft pick Anthony Bennett are all capable of playing the position.
We highly doubt Bennett is going anywhere. The same goes for the recently-signed Clark. Varejao could be on the move and is probably the most attractive trade piece the Cavs will be willing to offer at this point.
One thing’s for sure—the Cavs have a lot of talent and not enough minutes to go around. The smart thing would be to make a move and stock up at another position.
What do you think the Cavs will do?
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