Give more minutes to Robin Lopez
The Cleveland Cavaliers bench group is, not great at the moment. Raul Neto and Lamar Stevens are options, and that’s fair but the only lineup that features either man that has a net rating in the positives includes Dean Wade, so if we subscribe to the theory that neither man will be playing with Wade once he goes to the starting five, then you can argue that Neto and Stevens are net-negative players.
They have value to a degree but we’re talking big minutes. Replacing the 6’10 Wade, who can play at the three, four, or five spots on the court isn’t easy. You need to be able to find someone who can not only replace Wade’s effort defensively but can play off of Kevin Love. Stevens forces Love to five, Neto would then force Caris LeVert to the two, while Cedi Osman plays the four depending on who the fifth player is.
The most likely player, just from fit and effort alone is Robin Lopez. He’s not what he once was but for 18 minutes or so in a game, he can be all that you need. LeVert and Osman can run the offense, Love can playmaker as well, while hitting his shots along with Osman, and Lopez can focus exclusively on clearing the paint.