The Cleveland Cavaliers continue to add to their roster in the post-LeBron era.


And Kobi Simmons may be finding the light at the end of the tunnel this summer. 


According to the reports, the guard will be signing a one-year deal with the Cavaliers after being released this summer. The Memphis Grizzlies waived Simmons after he played in 32 games for them last season.

Simmons played one year at the University of Arizona. After not being picked in the 2017 NBA Draft, the Grizzlies offered him a two-way contract.


The 21-year-old doesn't have much experience on an NBA court but did play a decent amount for the Hustle, the Grizzlies G League affiliate. He only played for a total of 20 minutes with the Grizzlies.


We know that the Cavs have been working out a few players as of recently including Tyler Ulis, Brandon Paul and Rodney Purvis. They're really trying to capitalize on the youth factor after LeBron jumped ship.

Simmons should fit perfectly into that mold. His young energy is just what the Cavaliers need.