7 Best Cavs Free Agent Signings In Recent History
4. Larry Hughes (August 2005)
As a free agent in 2005, Larry was one of the most sought after FAs in the NBA. When the Cavs signed him up, he helped the team gain that extra step to get into the playoffs with a young LeBron James at the helm. Larry provided an extra gear on offense, averaging 15.5 points per game right off the bat in his first season as a Cavalier. The reason why Hughes made the list is because he became LeBron’s first real sidekick on the wing and he was also instrumental in propelling the Cavs to the playoffs. Though he was only on the team for two seasons, he helped re-start a winning culture in Cleveland.
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