3 players the Cleveland Cavaliers should trade as soon as possible

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INDEPENDENCE, OH – JULY 26: Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert introduces new general manager Koby Altman during a press conference at The Cleveland Clinic Courts on July 26, 2016, in Independence, Ohio. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, the user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2017 NBAE (Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images)

The Cleveland Cavaliers need to continue to improve their team, and the next move should to replace or rid themselves of these three players.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have one mission, one goal, and that is to win the NBA championship. Their goal, the same as each and every team, will require sacrifice. It will require unselfishness, and it will require Koby Altman to make some tough decisions.

Altman has been part of the Cavaliers’ organization for quite some time, and he understands how things operate. He’s done a terrific job at his new position as general manager. He knows the in’s and out’s of making this business work. First of all, Dan Gilbert needs to know what’s happens. Second of all, LeBron James needs to know what’s happening. If the first two conversations go over well, then the third part is that whatever move it is needs to happen.

That said, Altman will make sure he follows the orders. This will be crucial when it comes to preparing to play the Golden State Warriors. After acquiring Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, and a coveted pick, the Cavaliers are still not in a position to rival their enemies, but there are a couple obtainable players across the NBA that might be able to help.

The Cavaliers, who expect to be dishing out at least one max contract next season, need to keep their finances in mind also. This season will be huge for the Cavaliers’ management, and they need to start it off by dishing these assets.

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