3 free agents still available for the Cavaliers to sign

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3. Terence Davis

Cleveland’s front office made it a goal of their offseason to add shooting to the roster, picking up Max Strus and George Niang. Signing Terence Davis would further supplement that mission. Only 26 years old, Davis played a key role off the bench last season for the Sacramento Kings. His calling card is his three-point shooting, where he has hit 36.6 percent for his career on 8.9 attempts (10.0 attempts in 2022-23) per 36 minutes.

Outside of Mitchell and Garland, the Cavs lacked true volume three-point shooting last season. Strus and Niang should both help address that issue, but a team can never have enough shooting.

On defense, Davis has made consistent strides since entering the league and has proven to be a dependable option on guards (0.24 D-LEBRON), even spending some time guarding Steph Curry in the Kings’ first-round playoff loss.

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The addition of Davis would at the very least provide the Cavaliers an experienced depth option, ensuring that the drop-off isn’t too drastic should the Cavs need to go deep into their bench, and he provides redundancy in the case of a trade. Just last season, Davis was a valuable contributor to the three seed in the West, and there’s little reason to think, if given the opportunity, he couldn’t do something similar for the Cavaliers.