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5 Free Agent Small Forward Options For The Cavs

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The Cleveland Cavaliers boast of having one of the best, if not the best, small forwards to ever play the game. But now that LeBron James has aged past his thirties, he’ll no longer be able to play as much as he did five or ten years ago. This year’s free agency is a great way to replace the retired Shawn Marion and find LeBron a good backup. A backup that can give James his much needed breather when he exits the court and, in the long run, keep him fresh for the postseason. Given that need, Cavs Nation has identified the five best free agent small forwards whom the Cavaliers can give a serious look.

5. Dorell Wright

Dorell Wright is a veteran whom the Cavs should target. After productive stops in Golden State and Philadelphia, where he averaged more than 10 points per game, his numbers were reduced in a stacked Portland squad. Even though he wasn’t the first choice in the Blazers’ wing rotation, he made the most out of every opportunity he was given. Wright can add depth in the Cavs’ lineup and give LeBron some rest. Last season he averaged 4.6 PPG in 12.3 MPG. He can also be a great fit alongside James on the court as he’s a very capable shooter from downtown.

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