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Looking for a direction in which to turn, the Cleveland Cavaliers should circle back.
To George Hill, according to a report.
David Zavac, writing for The Athletic, says the Cavaliers (30-21) should reopen talks with the Sacramento Kings to bring the veteran combo guard to Northeast Ohio:
A trade of (Derrick) Rose, (Iman) Shumpert and (Jae) Crowder for Hill saves the Kings money short and long term. Crowder gets a fresh start and might be enough to get Sacramento to attach some sort of pick to the deal. Cutting bait on the wing that was supposed to be a versatile defender (Crowder) is a tough bite to swallow, but (Jeff) Green’s success makes things a bit easier. And Hill is less than a year removed from being a really valuable piece on a Utah Jazz team that made the playoffs.
The NBA trade deadline is Thursday.