By Dan Gilinsky
The Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t sign anyone with their mid-level exception, so they could add a nice player (or multiple players) in 2019 with that $8.6 million.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, and every NBA team for that matter, should always look to add more talent. Given that they don’t project as one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference for the next few years, they should be focusing on upgrading their roster via the draft, G-League scouting, and free agency. Going into the 2019-20 season, the free agency talent pool with be loaded, to say the least.
With that, teams will be more willing to spend than they were this summer. Nonetheless, Cleveland is probably not one of the teams who are going to grab a marquee player such as Klay Thompson or Kawhi...