NBA Trade Rumors: Cleveland Cavaliers Sending Mike Dunleavy For Dallas Mavericks' Deron Williams?

28 November 2016, 8:20 am EST By Dheeraj R Mobile & Apps

The latest NBA trade rumors suggested that the Cleveland Cavaliers are interested in bringing the Dallas Mavericks' point guard Deron Williams. Reports claimed that the deal might witness the departure of shooting guard Mike Dunleavy, Jordan McRae, and point guard Mo Williams from the Cavs to the Mavericks just to bring in Williams.

Sports Rageous reported that the Cavaliers are currently in the process of rebuilding their team and thus, looking for a veteran point guard. Reports claimed that adding Williams will help the Cavaliers to achieve their goal of defending the title in the 2016-17 NBA season.

According to the NBA trade rumors, Williams will provide the team with excellent offensive skills and thus, help them put up high scores on the board. It is also stated that the 32-year-old player will also solve the Cavaliers' concern of finding a primary backup for their point guard Kyrie Irving, who possess vast experience in the field. Currently, the Cavaliers only have Kay Felder as their primary backup point guard, who was traded by the Atlanta Hawks in the 2016 NBA draft.

On the other hand, afew reports stated that the rumored trade scenario might also benefit the Dallas Mavericks as they are also reportedly planning to reshuffle their roster because of their struggle in the current NBA season. It is stated that adding Dunleavy, McRae, and Williams will help the Mavericks to enhance their offensive gameplay.

However, there is still no official confirmation from either of the teams about the rumored trade scenario involving Deron Williams, Mike Dunleavy, Jordan McRae, and Mo Williams. So, as of now, these rumors should be taken with a grain of salt.

Stay tuned for more updates and NBA trade rumors on the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Dallas Mavericks.

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