Cavs Notes: Waiters, Varejao, Dellavedova

The Cavs aren’t looking to deal but they’re always willing to listen, writes Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio.  Cleveland isn’t working hard to make any sort of trade, especially any involving big man Anderson Varejao or guard Dion Waiters.  The Cavs have won five of seven since their 4-12 start and both players have had a significant role in that.  Here’s more out of Cleveland..

  • In this week’s Twitter mailbag, a reader asks Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal if Waiters is on his way out of Cleveland.  While Cavs officials continue to say that they want to hang on to the guard, Lloyd gets the feeling that they will move him based on the conversations that he has had lately.  The Cavs will stand pat if they don’t get an offer that they like, but it would seem that plenty of teams from around the league are fans.
  • If the Cavs are set on dealing Varejao now is the time to do it, writes Bob Finnan of The Morning Journal.  The big man is healthy and playing well and some think it’s only a matter of time before he is injured.  Varejao played a total of 81 games in the previous three seasons.
  • Rookie Matthew Dellavedova is a mini-Varejao who has had a major impact on the Cavs, writes Mary Schmitt Boyer of The Plain Dealer.
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