After months of looking for a suitable trade partner, the Cleveland Cavaliers have found what they were looking for. On Sunday, the Cavs traded center Brendan Haywood and guard/forward Mike Miller to the Portland Trailblazers, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports reported it first.

In exchange for the two players, Portland will send two future second-round picks. Although those are far ahead in the future, the Cavs could always flip those picks in another trade for players they’d want in return.

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The biggest win here is that Cleveland received two trade exceptions in this deal, as reported by Wojnarowski:

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The Cavs will now have some space to re-engage Tristan Thompson and J.R. Smith in contract talks. Stay tuned for the latest trades and deals the Cavs make.