The Plain Dealer reports on Cleveland’s intrigue with the big fella: “Training camp starts in just a week, but the Cavaliers are still looking at adding to their roster. According to multiple league sources, the team has been in contract talks with restricted free agent center Kyrylo Fesenko. The developing 7-1, 300-pound Ukrainian has played the last three seasons with the Utah Jazz, who would have matching rights to any offer Fesenko receives. Fesenko, who owns one of the biggest bodies in the league, played in 46 games last season for the Jazz and averaged 2.6 points and 1.8 rebounds. Utah has been hoping he would accept their one-year qualifying offer of $1 million and have reportedly grown frustrated with him in recent days.”
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