Kevin Love has shown to be very creative with how he scores. While at times he has attitude issues while playing, he plays like he cares about winning and that’s extremely important.
Collin Sexton does not like to share the ball. While he’s efficient enough to score, it’s believed that he’d be best served sharing more.
Tristan Thompson has shown great improvement this season. Some more work at home may help him be more consistent.
While not producing as well this year as last, Cedi Osman has shown to play well with others. He could be a bit more assertive during games. He’s highly talented but perhaps isn’t being challenged enough. He’s someone who could do for an increased workload.
While he’s played better with teammates lately, Darius Garland shows a great desire to learn and improve. More time is needed to develop his skills, but the potential is there.
Despite needing to work on his scoring, Larry Nance Jr. is a highly effective player. He’s eager to help his teammates on defense and doesn’t need the spotlight.
For a first-year, Kevin Porter has shown great potential. Like some of his teammates, he needs to improve his consistency.
Despite being popular, Matthew Dellavedova isn’t being applied properly and may not be allowed to come back next season.
In need of improving his three-point shot, Dante Exum has shown to have flashes of brilliance at times but work on consistency is required.
Brandon Knight has shown some flashes of the player he used to be before injuries. Pushing 30 however, there may not be much value in him beyond this year.
Largely forgettable so far this year, John Henson is taking up time that could be dedicated more to developing younger talent. A transfer is in order.
Alonzo McKinnie seems to just be treading water this season, never given much of an opportunity to show if he can make a difference.
His deal was not picked up for next season, so it looks like the Cavs don’t see Ante Zizic as a long term option.
Incomplete – Dyland Windler, Dean Wade and Tyler Cook