The Cleveland Cavaliers‘ front office reportedly feels “pretty confident” that a rebuild is coming soon.
While guesting on the Lowe Post podcast, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski said the Cavs are reluctant to give up any future assets—including their own 2018 first-round pick.
— Zach Lowe (@ZachLowe_NBA) February 5, 2018
I think the Cavs are really weighing how much, if at all, do we cut into our future assets. Whether it’s a draft pick—even their own pick, which is readily available, not the 2018 Nets’ pick—do they do that even?
Anything that short-circuits the rebuild that they feel pretty confident is going to come here, based on how this has gone. How much do they want to mortgage any of their future?