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Free agent G Kobi Simmons worked out for the Cavs on Thursday, along with Tyler Ulis, Brandon Paul and Rodney Purvis.

It's the first time we've heard about Simmons working out for the Cavs, who have some roster spots to fill as they head into training camp. Even if he does earn an invite from Cleveland, though, Simmons has an uphill fight for fantasy relevance.
Sep 6 - 6:07 PM

Unrestricted free agent Alan Williams worked out for the Cavaliers on Wednesday.

Williams was waived by Phoenix in July but could earn a roster spot in the NBA, especially if he proves his surgically-repaired right knee is fully healed. He has strong per-minute potential but would need a series of lucky breaks to help fantasy owners in 2018-19.
Sep 5 - 8:13 PM

The Cavs have spoken with unrestricted free agent David Nwaba.

If the Cavs do go ahead and unload Kyle Korver, they will be desperate for players to log wing minutes. Nwaba proved to be not just a defensive player as he put up 7.9 points per game with the Bulls, who rescinded their qualifying offer on him. If the Cavs do land him, he could be someone to watch on what looks like a rebuilding roster.
Jul 21 - 8:38 PM

Treveon Graham went in for a workout with the Cavaliers on Monday.

Graham is an unrestricted free agent and he's received "strong interest" from both Cleveland and Minnesota. He's a solid 3-and-D wing, but he's not the type of player that will make a meaningful impact in fantasy hoops next season.
Jul 9 - 2:34 PM

LeBron James has agreed to a four-year, $154 million deal with the Lakers.

Welcome to L.A., LeBron. The deal was announced by James' own agency, Klutch Sports, and it includes a player option in the fourth year. The length of the contract is still unexpected since he could have opted for another short-term pact to keep his options open. Instead he's committed fully to the Lakers, who should turn their full attention to acquiring another superstar to complement James -- in addition to trying to pry Kawhi Leonard away from the Spurs, they've also been rumored to have interest in DeMarcus Cousins. His decision should give teams around the league new clarity on their own offseason plans, so expect a domino effect of deals in the next 48 hours. The era of LeBron James as a Laker has begun.
Jul 1 - 8:09 PM

The Cavs have reportedly made calls to the Spurs regarding Kawhi Leonard.

There's a chance this story was leaked to the media by the Cavs brass in an effort to try and entice LeBron James to remain in Cleveland, so take it with a grain of salt. The Cavs really don't have much to offer that would move the needle on a Leonard-deal, and Kawhi hasn't mentioned Cleveland as a destination he's trying to get to, so it would certainly be surprising to see him wind up there.
Jun 18 - 2:49 PM

According to Marc Stein of the New York Times, the Raptors "have tried to work their way into the DeAndre Jordan trade mix."

The Cavaliers are firmly in the mix and the Bucks are also rumored to be interested, but LAC's asking price is likely still very high. The Raptors would likely need a third team to help facilitate a deal, but if they are serious about adding Jordan, you would think Jonas Valanciunas goes elsewhere. No deal is imminent for now.
Feb 8 - 11:51 AM

The trade that would have sent George Hill to Cleveland was held up because the Cavs wanted Hill to agree to a buyout if LeBron James left as a free agent next summer.

"George Hill, they didn’t want to buy him out this year," said Brian Windhorst of ESPN. "What they wanted to do was protect themselves in the event that, if LeBron James left, whether George Hill would be willing to take a buyout on the $20 million he’s owed on his contract after this season." Essentially the Cavs asked Hill to sacrifice $20 million in guaranteed money if LBJ opted to leave, and Hill wasn't feeling that. Anything could happen, but at this point, a trade seems unlikely.
Source: ESPN
Jan 30 - 5:19 PM

The Cavs and Kings remain engaged in a deal that would send George Hill to Cleveland, according to sources of Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

Iman Shumpert and Channing Frye have been the primary players involved on Cleveland's side of the conversation, but with 15 players already on the roster in Sacramento, they'd need to include someone else to make the deal work. While a move away from Sacramento would help Hill's rest-of-season potential, going to Cleveland's backcourt where he'd fight for minutes with the likes of Isaiah Thomas and Dwyane Wade isn't exactly ideal either.
Jan 23 - 4:24 PM

The Trail Blazers have reportedly engaged with the Clippers in trade talks regarding DeAndre Jordan.

Portland, Milwaukee and Cleveland have all reached out to Los Angeles regarding Jordan's availability, but thus far, the Clippers have not received a proposal that they find "seriously tempting," according to sources of Marc Stein of the New York Times. Jordan could be one of the biggest names moved at the deadline, although with the Clippers currently sitting on the No. 8 seed out West, there's less incentive to move him.
Jan 22 - 2:17 PM

Derrick Favors could be a potential trade target for the Cavs, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.

Cleveland is looking to add some size, and Favors is available, so it'll be interesting to see if anything becomes of this report. Favors value in Cleveland would depend on the moving pieces, but it's tough to see him improving his stock with the Cavs. He's also been linked to the Bulls, but his value would likely take a hit there if they didn't also move Robin Lopez.
Jan 17 - 10:30 AM

The Celtics earned their fourth straight win on Sunday, led by Kyrie Irving's game-high 28 points, eight rebounds, four 3-pointers, two assists, two steals and one block.

Boston was coming off a massive comeback victory vs. Houston, in a game they one trailed by 26 points, and they fended off the visiting Nets tonight, 108-105. Irving sank 10-of-21 shots and all four of his free throw attempts, and he's scored at least 20 points in 11 consecutive games. Boston's next game comes Wednesday vs. LeBron James, Isaiah Thomas and the visiting Cavaliers.
Sun, Dec 31, 2017 09:06:00 PM

In wake of the Blake Griffin (knee) injury, the Clippers could test the market on DeAndre Jordan.

Jordan will most likely be opting out of his contract this summer in order to hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent, and considering how close he came to leaving in 2015, the Clippers may want to see what they can get for him now rather than risk watching him walk as a free agent. The Cavs have been rumored to have interest in DJ, and the Clippers phone lines will assuredly be heating up as the trade deadline approaches. In terms of fantasy hoops, a trade away from Los Angeles wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing.
Wed, Nov 29, 2017 11:33:00 AM

Victor Oladipo played 28 minutes in a blowout victory on Tuesday, finishing with 14 points, four boards, two assists, one steal, one block and one 3-pointer.

VO's impressive season continues unabated, and the Pacers have a 4-3 record even though Myles Turner hasn't played since opening night. Oladipo is cruising along as a first-round value in 8-cat leagues, with a minor hit in 9-cat due to his 3.3 turnovers per game. He'll be rested and ready for Wednesday's game vs. the Cavaliers, whose defense has been abysmal this season.
Tue, Oct 31, 2017 10:26:00 PM


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