Free-agent forward Rashard Lewis, who has played his entire nine-year NBA career in Seattle, is headed to Orlando after agreeing to a long-term deal with the Magic, according to multiple reports. An Orlando television station, WKMG Local 6, reported Monday that Lewis had agreed to a five-year, $75 million contract, while ESPN.com, citing NBA front-office […]
The Cavaliers reached out to Toronto’s Morris Peterson in the opening minutes of the free-agent negotiating period Saturday night, Peterson also received offers from the Jazz, Miami, New Orleans, Golden State, and Sacramento. The 6-foot-7, 220-pound Peterson is a shooter first and foremost, taking some 57 percent of his shots this season from the three-point […]
According to some sources, Anderson Varejao receivedÂ $7 million offer from the Memphis Grizzlies. Anderson can sign an offer sheet July 11th and because he is a restricted free agent, the Cavaliers will be able to match that. The Grizzlies have about $8.3 million to spend in free agency.Â “They are expected to throw some of […]
According to Chris Sheridan, the Cavaliers are looking to trade Larry Hughes. Brian Windhorst also suggests that the Cavaliers are interested in trading him: “This is true and this has been true since the trading deadline when Danny Ferry openly told the media that he had conversations about every player on his roster with the […]
According to Larry Phillips of Telegraph Forum, Ferry is going to make a big pitch to deal for a legitimate sidekick to James. Golden State’s Jason Richardson, Rashard Lewis in Seattle, Portland’s Zach Randolph and Shawn Marion of Phoenix have been mentioned.
Hopes for adding a piece to the Cavaliers roster aren’t totally dead. A new player acquisition period runs through March 1st. Players at the end of their contracts often ask to be let out of their deals at this time of year. No players publicly have asked to be let out, but that sort of […]
The Cavaliers spent the early part of today trying to acquire Bibby in a multi-team deal that would have left Sacramento with power forward Drew Gooden, point guard Marcus Banks (via Phoenix) and the expiring contract of center Scot Pollard, whose $2.2 million comes off the books this summer according to SI. Earlier this morning, […]
According to theÂ East Valley Tribune, the Cavaliers have inquired about Marcus Banks. Phoenix might be willing to move him as a way to shed payroll without getting anything back. Banks makes more than $20 million over the next four years.