Trading with Portland
No matter what Cleveland decides, this a trade worth exploring.
McCollum either bolsters the Cavs’ backcourt with James in the lineup, or he’s a core piece of the future who will play along side whomever the Cavaliers select in the draft.
Portland makes this trade because the Blazers were 19th in 3-pointers attempted last season and just 16th in makes.
Love, who went to high school in Oregon, will stretch the floor, and we all know the wrap on Kyle Korver by now: He’s one of the best 3-point shooters in history.
McCollum averaged 21. 4 points per game last season while shooting 39 percent from beyond the arc.