Cavs’ GM Seeking Playmaker to Ease Burden on Stars
Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin said his team is not done dealing after acquiring Kyle Korver last week to boost the team’s chances of a repeat title but that the Cavs might not be after the traditional point guard that many assume they covet.
“It’s something where we’re all pretty keenly aware that it would help take some burden off of Kyrie [Irving] and LeBron [James] as our primary playmaker, so if we could get somebody else that could do it … and it really doesn’t even have to be a point guard; it’s just we need playmaking,” Griffin said, speaking to reporters for the first time since the Korver trade.
Source: Dave McMenamin of ESPN
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