After losing hometown hero LeBron James to the Los Angeles Lakers in free agency this summer​, the Cleveland Cavaliers are stuck in a position with too many options.


​Rumors have been thrown around regarding the possibility of trading Kevin Love as well as the playing time of younger players like ​Collin Sexton and Jordan Clarkson. Among all of these, another has entered the fray, and NBA veteran Kyle Korver, who was acquired by Cleveland in the 2016-17 season, might also be on the trade block.

​​Korver is signed through the 2020 season, as his three-year, $22 million contract with Cleveland was agreed upon last summer. The 2015 All-Star always adds consistent three-point shooting, and holds the record for the highest three-point shooting percentage in a regular season (53.6% in 2010). Korver has led the league in three-point shooting percentage four different times in his career.


It's unknown exactly which teams would be interested in acquiring the sharpshooter, but a few franchises come to mind for the Cavaliers to make calls to. The Lakers could certainly benefit from acquiring Korver in hopes of making a serious run to contend for a championship, as their recent signings have lacked strong shooters. The Philadelphia 76ers, Korver's first NBA team, would welcome another long-range threat to go along with J.J. Redick, and Korver's history with the 76ers might make his time back there even more special -- he holds the Sixers record for most three-pointers made in a season and has played more games for Philadelphia than any other organization in his career.

Rumors will continue to circulate regarding the Cavs' offseason moves and on-court roles in the second post-LeBron James era, but we'll be waiting for them to actually take action.