The Cleveland Cavaliers currently have one open roster spot, but they probably could open another spot on the team by trading away Jordan McRae. The Cavs could use a back-up true big as well as a back-up point guard. There have been many players that have been linked to the Cavs. I do not see the Cavs making any major deals. Seems like they will be more in the buyout market or current free agents. These are the guys I would like to see on the Cavs.
Chalmers is currently a free agent that is coming off an Achilles rupture. He worked out for the Cavs along with Jordan Farmar, Lance Stephenson and Kirk Hinrich. Chalmers played four seasons with LeBron James, so he knows how to play well off LeBron. Chalmers in his career has averaged 9 points and shot 35.8% from deep. In his final season with LeBron is Miami, Chalmers shot 40.3 percent on catch and shoot threes, via NBA.com.
Calderon currently plays for the Los Angeles Lakers. Last season with the New York Knicks he started 72 games and scoring 7.6 points and dishing out 4.1 assist per game. Calderon shot 45.9 percent from the field last season as well as 41.4 from deep. For his career Calderon is shooting 41.1 percent from three. This season Calderon has not played a ton. He has played in 24 games including 11 starts for the young Lakers. The Cavs will probably not trade for Calderon, but if he is bought out he could be a target for the Cavs.
The Utah Jazz currently have four PGs on their roster, including Dante Exum, Raul Neto and starting point guard George Hill. Mack has played 46 games this season for the Jazz and starting 9 of them. Mack is averaging 7.3 points and 2.8 assists per game this season.
Larry Sanders has been out of the league since the 2014-15 season. Sanders best season came back in 2012-13 when he averaged 9.8 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.8 blocks per game. Sanders agent said that he currently has an offer to return to the NBA. Sanders is still young at the age of 28. In his career per 100 possessions, Sanders is averaging 4.8 blocks and has a defensive rating of 99, via basketball-reference.com.
Tyreke Evans was traded to the Sacramento Kings in the Boogie Cousins deal. Evans is on the last year of his contract and could potentially ask for a buyout. Evans in his career has averaged 16 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists. One knock on Evans I his career has been, his ability to shoot the three. He has attempted 2.2 threes per game in his career and only making them at a 28.9 percent clip.
Collison is the currently the starting point guard for the Kings. In his career Collison, has averaged double digit points in every season, so he has the potential to put the ball in the basket. This season the former UCLA Bruin is averaging 13.7 points per game and 12.7 for his career. Collison also has the ability to set up his teammates with him averaging nearly 5 assists per game. He also has a connection with a current Cavalier, Collison played one season with Kevin Love at UCLA. If the Cavs could get any of these players, Collison would be my choice. He has the ability to score and set up his teammates. He is the veteran point guard the Cavaliers need.