Rumors pointing to current NBA affairs have increased exponentially in pace and volume within hours of the start of free agency. One of the teams that is expected to liven up the market is the Cleveland Cavaliers, who are looking to give a blow that settles them in the elite of the Eastern Conference after a promising campaign.
In accordance with a report from Cleveland.com reporter Chris Fedor, the Ohio franchise has recently shown interest in Tyus Jones and TJ Warren. Both players have aroused a large following in recent weeks and it is hoped that the resolution of their future will not take too long.
The interest in the point guard is surprising for two reasons. First of all, the medium The Athletic reported this week that the Cavaliers are very interested in getting Ricky Rubio back, who missed much of the season due to a serious knee injury. In addition, another previous report, this time from the The Memphis Commercial Appeal, assured that Jones would consider leaving Memphis to start for another team. With Darius Garland on the team, the Cavs couldn’t satisfy this desire.
For his part, Warren has only been able to play four games in the last two years due to a stress fracture in his left foot. Now, according to his environment, he is completely healthy and ready to return to the competitive elite. Before his injury, he was heading towards a succulent renewal after signing a superb performance in the Orlando bubble. However, the physical issues that have plagued his last two seasons point to a new deal for, at best, a mid-level exception.
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