The Cleveland Cavaliers are still working this summer to make the team better after the loss of LeBron James.
The Cavaliers are trying to remain competitive in the Eastern Conference by working out various free agents to potentially add to the roster.
The Cleveland Cavaliers brought in free agents Tyler Ulis, Kobi Simmons, Brandon Paul and Rodney Purvis for a workout today, The Athletic has learned.— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) September 6, 2018
It's worth noting that all of these players are guards. It makes sense to have a young potential backup for rookie point guard Collin Sexton.
The Cavaliers have been an "old" team for quite some time and adding youthful players could generate a little excitement inside Quicken Loans Arena.
The Cavs have decided to go ahead with the $140 million renovation of Quicken Loans Arena: pic.twitter.com/OOQKDOMHpT— Sports Nation Ohio (@SN_Ohio) September 6, 2017
All four of the players Michael Scotto mentioned are in their twenties, but Tyler Ulis may be the best option as a backup guard.
Ulis, who was released by the Phoenix Suns, is only 22-years-old and would be a great addition to beef up the depth at the point guard position. George Hill is 32-years-old and the Cavaliers may look to move on from him one way or another.
Youth is the direction the Cavaliers are now going to take post-LeBron. They may not win an NBA championship for quite sometime, but at least they'll be exciting to watch.