The Cavs continue to make some interesting moves. The latest is signing Jamario Moon to an offer sheet.
Although the full details of the offer sheet are unlikely to be
known until Monday, when the contract is submitted to the league
office, sources told ESPN.com that the deal Moon signed Friday spans at
least two years.
The Miami Heat
will have seven days to match the offer once it's formally processed,
but Cleveland would appear to have a good chance of landing Moon given
Miami's well-chronicled desire to avoid new contracts longer than one
year to protect its 2010 salary-cap space.
They traded for Shaq. Brought in Anthony Parker. And now, potentially, they've added Moon. Nice complementary pieces for LeBron… and guys that Cleveland hopes won't choke when it comes time to make some big shots in the playoffs.