The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired veteran forward Mike Dunleavy from the Chicago Bulls, sources told ESPN.com.
The trade was made to help facilitate the Bulls’ impending signing of Dwyane Wade. The Cavs will use a trade exception to acquire Dunleavy, who is under contract for $4.8 million next season. Cleveland is likely to send Chicago a second-round pick or the rights to a player overseas, sources said.
Source: Brian Windhorst of ESPN
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