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It’s no secret that the Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to make moves and intend to be one of the more aggressive teams between now and the February trade deadline.
So far, they have already traded Kyle Korver, George Hill and Sam Dekker, parted ways with J.R. Smith, and will most definitely listen to calls for Tristan Thompson and even Kevin Love. (But remember, there’s a difference between listening and actively trying to trade a player.)
But this year, it’s pretty evident that anyone other than perhaps rookie Collin Sexton could go anywhere, anytime.
The Houston Rockets have repeatedly expressed interest in Smith. Contending teams love the expiring contracts of Alec Burks and Rodney Hood.
And Love just signed a four-year extension — meaning any opposing team that wants him (and many do) wouldn’t have to worry about him leaving anytime soon.
As always, you can never discount the idea that the Cavs may not find a deal they like. They could even finish the season exactly as is. But that seems highly unlikely.
So, who gets traded next? Make your prediction from the options below and share your thoughts in the comments section at the bottom of this post.