The Cavs have finnaly announced 3 players that will workout for them.

The first player of this list is Mario Chalmers, Lebron’s PG while in Miami. Chalmers has been mentioned as the target the Cavs are looking for for the backup Guard position, but so far it has only been about rumors.

With Miami, Chalmers was averaging 8.8 PPG and 3.8 APG in 27.8 MPG. While in Memphis, the 29-year-old PG averaged 10.8 PPG and 3.8 APG in only 22.8 Minutes of action Per Game.

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The second player who will workout with the Cavs is Kirk Hinrich. The Veteran PG has also been mentioned as he is a free agent, since he left the Atlanta Hawks last year. The 35-year-old played throughout his career in Chicago, Washington, Atlanta, back to Chicago and finally to Atlanta.

In his career, Hinrich averaged 10.9 PPG and 4.8 APG in 30.7 MPG during 879 Games (665 as a Starter). Hinrich would bring a lot of experience to the Cavs bench, as he already played in 71 Playoff Games (41 as a Starter), when he averaged 10.5 PPG and 3.9 APG in 28.3 MPG.

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The third and final player who will workout with the Cavs his Free-Agent Lance Stephenson, who has already spent good times with LeBron James, while stopping him as a Pacers’ player.

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But those times are gone, and Stephenson has already played for the Hornets, Clippers, Grizzlies and Pelicans. The SF is now looking for some stability, since he was cut off the Pelicans roster only at Game 6 of this NBA season. He’s now 26 and is should definitely be interested in joining not just a NBA team, but a Championship Contender with the same player who ended with his chances to make it to the finals, back in the Pacers times.

Throughout his career Stephenson is averaging 8.8 PPG, 4.2 RPG and 3 APG in 25.1 MPG, during 346 Games played (189 as a starter). He has also 0.7 SPG, which shows us that Stephenson can perform on Defense.

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The list is over. Unexpectedly, a SF is on it, but the Cavs will probably sign 1 of the 2 Point Guards. Will they opt for a player who LeBron trusts and shared a lot of titles, a Veteran who will bring back the order to the locker room, or a inconsistent SF that could add a lot to “The Land”? We┬┤ll find out in the next few days, here at Floaternews Blog!!

 

 

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