Cleveland currently has two highly valued players who don’t necessarily fit into their long-term plans in Antawn Jamison and Ramon Sessions, and beyond that, they have over $7 million in cap space to fiddle with if they’re interested in taking on a bad contract.
In Jamison, Cleveland has one of the most valuable expiring contracts, as Jamison is over $15 million of salary coming off their books in the spring, something many teams would enjoy. Beyond that, Jamison is actually playing well and he would be a neat addition to a handful of contending teams who need that stretch 4.
Then there’s Ramon Sessions, who will be relegated to a long-distance backup point guard for the Cavs if they’re able to re-sign him past this season, but many out there think he could be a decent starter. Sessions is gifted offensively and work with Byron Scott has turned him into a better passer over the past two seasons.
Aside from those two guys, they have a roster full of players they probably would be willing to move, all it would take is the right package coming back in return.
But for now, let’s take a look at the rumblings and grumblings we’ve heard involving the Cleveland Cavaliers so far.