8. Pick up assets for Korver
He’s one of the best shooters in NBA history and he’s still an excellent player.
But a Cavs’ team that promises to be in the lottery next season without LeBron doesn’t need the luxury that is Kyle Korver.
A championship contender would love to add his skillset though, which makes Korver an obvious contender to be traded.
The three-point shooting maven has two years and $15 million remaining on his contract. At an average of $7.5 per season, his pact isn’t an overwhelming contract to take on.
The Cavs should be able to add some draft picks for Korver whether it’s prior to the season, or leading up to the trade deadline.