The Cleveland Cavaliers are currently in a state of rebuilding, and they have some young players with a lot of potential, such as Darius Garland and Isaac Okoro. While they have a solid young core, the rest of their roster does need some improvement, and it seems as though the Cavaliers have engaged in trade talks with teams about multiple players on their roster.
Sam Amico of Hoops Wire has recently stated that the Cleveland Cavaliers have discussed deals for multiple players. The players listed are Larry Nance Jr, Collin Sexton, Kevin Love, and Cedi Osman. Love and Sexton have both been featured in trade rumors in the past.
At any rate, the trade offers for Nance have been there all offseason. But according to Hoops Wire sources, none have been very good. In fact, it appears that other teams are still in “let’s see if we can rip off the Cavs” mode.
Along with listening to offers for Nance, the Cavs have discussed deals involving leading scorer Collin Sexton, as well as power forward Kevin Love and small forward Cedi Osman.
It is easy to see why the Cavaliers would move some of these players. They already have a solid amount of big men, with them drafting Evan Mobley and re-signing Jarrett Allen. With plenty of playing time needed for both of those big men, it makes sense for Love to get moved. The same would go for Larry Nance Jr. as well. Cedi Osman didn't have a good year, and it could be prudent to move him as well. Collin Sexton was their leading scorer with 24.3 PPG, but his rookie contract is up at the end of next season, and it could be better to trade him before he warrants a huge payday. It remains to be seen whether the Cavaliers do end up trading any of these players, but it definitely seems as though they're active on the trade market.