According to ESPN's Chris Broussard, the Cleveland Cavaliers are looking at Ray Allen to accompany the team.
Sources: Cavs pursuing Ray Allen— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 9, 2014
The Cavs have already dumped $22 million in salary in a three-team trade earlier today and appear to be clearing room to add the highly anticipated LeBron James to their squad.
Allen has been playing with James for the last two years in Miami, so if they can add him too, it might entice James even more to come back to his hometown team.
In addition to Allen, Broussard also tweeted that Mike Miller is also being looked by Cleveland.
Sources: Cavs pursuing Mike Miller— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 9, 2014
Cleveland could soon be projected at the the top of the Eastern Conference after drafting Andrew Wiggins with the first pick in the draft, and of course they already have star Kyrie Irving. If they add Allen, Miller, and of course LeBron James, that could be a terrifyingly good team.
Allen and Miller would be veteran presences amongst a young team. Allen is turning 39 on July 20 and Miller is currently 34.