According to Brian T. Smith of the Salt Lake City Tribune, the Cleveland Cavaliers will reportedly sign free agent C.J. Miles to a two year contract soon. The deal is not official, but the swingman has verbally committed to the team. C.J. Miles is not a star player but an interesting note is that he chose the Cavaliers over the Los Angeles Lakers, Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets. This is a positive sign considering that Matt Barnes took significantly less money to sign with the Lakers over the Cavs in 2010. The Cavs are probably never going to be players in free agency, but this is the first established NBA player Cleveland has outright signed as a free agent since Kyle Lowry signed an offer sheet with the club in 2010. The restricted point guard was quickly matched by Houston.
C.J. Miles is not an ideal starter for any team. His shooting was south of Larry Hughes territory in 2011-2012. In fact, his shooting has dipped every year since the Jazz traded Deron Williams. Hopefully pairing him up with an elite point guard in Kyrie Irving will help bring his shooting back to a respectable level.
It is to be seen what this signing will mean for the future of Alonzo Gee and the Cavaliers. Gee and the Cavs have yet to come to terms on a long-term contract. Considering that rumors were swirling that he wanted a contract "north of" what Landry Fields signed in Toronto, this could last quite a bit longer. With Miles signing with the team, the Cavs have some more depth at the wing or a stop-gap. It is likely a moot point because the Cavs will probably need to draft the best available small forward in the 2013 draft with or without Gee on the team.
The seven year veteran averaged 9.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.2 assister in 56 games with the Utah Jazz last year.
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