Updated: Sep 20
The NBA offseason is in full swing. The draft just concluded last week and now free agency sits center stage as the month of June comes to a close.
Even with the additions that were made by President of Basketball Operations Koby Altman during the draft, the Cavs will be looking to add veteran help to the roster to help mentor the young kids. The oldest player on the team, runner-up for sixth man of the year Kevin Love, will turn 34-years-old by the time the 2022-23 campaign kicks off. Currently, the second oldest player title on the Wine and Golders of the guys under contract for next season belongs to Cedi Osman, who just turned 27-years-old in April.
Here are five unrestricted free agents the Cavs could target over the coming weeks.
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It’s no secret the Cavs want the former 2011 first-round pick back in the 216, and Rubio feels the same way. The only question left is: Will a deal get done? Last season, before tearing his ACL against the New Orleans Pelicans on Dec. 28, Rubio was the sparkplug igniting the Cavs to the