The player the Cleveland Cavaliers are watching the most in this trade market is Tim Hardaway Jr. (Dallas).
On the 10th (Korean time), local media Huxhipe said, “Cleveland has a great interest in Hardaway Jr. We are reviewing various sales to recruit him.” 토토사이트
Cleveland, which is cruising with a tie for third place in the East this season, is a team with very clear strengths and weaknesses. His defensive power is impressive enough to shine in 2nd place in runs scored and 1st place in defensive rating, but he is mediocre in attack, ranking 25th in scoring and 10th in offensive rating.
Basically, by recruiting Donovan Mitchell, we got a player who can play the role of a crack in the attack, but apart from that, the spacing problem is serious. 3-point shot attempts, number of successful attempts, and success rate are all in the low-mid range.
The roster needs at least one professional shooter, and Cleveland is counting on Tim Hardaway Jr. to fill that role. The veteran of 625 NBA games, he averaged 6.1 3-pointers per game, making 2.2. His all-season records are 13.9 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.
There are plenty of players Cleveland can offer in return. There are plenty of salary filler players, and it’s clear that a prospect like Isaac Okoro would be attractive to other teams.
Local media described Cleveland’s interest as not just interest, but great interest. I wonder if Cleveland will succeed in recruiting Hardaway Jr.