On Monday afternoon, news came down the wire stating that three-time NBA champion Dwyane Wade, who recently received a buyout from the Chicago Bulls, had agreed to the terms of a one-year, $2.3 million deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers. While Wade’s addition is certainly electrifying news, it means the Cavs will have to make a cut, as they already had 20 men on their training camp roster — the most allowed by NBA rule.

Who might the Cavs choose to let go of, you ask? According to a report from Joe Vardon of cleveland.com, newly-acquired center Kendrick Perkins, who joined LeBron James in Santa Barbara last week for his annual minicamp and was later offered a spot on the Cavs’ training camp roster, could be a candidate.

While it’s true that “Perk,” as he is known, would be a solid addition to the Cavs’ front-court rotation, the simple fact is: there simply might not be enough room for him on the squad.

Whether or not Perkins, 32, will indeed be one of the men cut from the Cavs’ lineup remains to be seen. However, decisions will have to be made sooner rather than later, as the start of the NBA season is less than one month away, which means all teams must have their respective rosters trimmed to 15 men.