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Grading The Offseason Moves For The Cavs

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After a heartbreaking Finals defeat, the Cleveland Cavaliers faced a long offseason checklist. Half of their core became free agents and everyone had to hold their breath as GM David Griffin re-assembled the pieces one-by-one. With the roster about to become complete, Cavs Nation takes a look at the Cavs’ offseason moves while sharing our own grades on each one.

10. Richard Jefferson (C)

The Cavs mostly acquired Jefferson because he is a veteran and he would bring more experience to the team. Jefferson has had a full NBA career and is now looking to win it all. He will be a good backup to LeBron James, as him and Jones will share the remaining minutes at the three spot.

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