With the Kevin Love trade reportedly agreed-upon, the Cleveland Cavaliers are turning their attention toward filling out the roster with complementary role players. One such player could be free agent guard E'Twaun Moore, according to a report from Eurobasket.com's David Pick.
The 25-year-old Moore averaged 6.3 points in 19.1 minutes per game last season with Orlando. After playing four seasons at Purdue, he came into the league with a reputation as a good long-range shooter, and he's made 35 percent of his threes in the NBA.
Cleveland has already signed a three-point specialist in guard Mike Miller, who reunites with LeBron James after playing together in Miami for three seasons. Another former James teammate and long-distance shooter, Ray Allen, has been linked to the Cavaliers, but Allen is still deciding whether he will play next season.
- Alex Hampl