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Kyle Korver to Join Cleveland Cavaliers, but LeBron James Insists That’s Not Enough

NBA sharpshooter Kyle Korver of the Atlanta Hawks is currently involved in a trade deal that will send him to the Cleveland Cavaliers, but star player LeBron James is insisting that there are still a few more things the team needs to do a few more things in order to be in top shape- namely, get another point guard. “We got to get a point guard. It’s my last time saying it. We need a point guard,” James is stressing to General Manager David Griffin. While James is confident that Korver, a career 42.9 percent shooter to 3, will be great addition to the team, he is arguing that two point guards is just not enough. Most teams have three, so adding one more point guard would be a “security blanket” in case of an injury like that of the Raiders’ Derek Carr. Some options for another point guard include former Cavaliers play caller Jarrett Jack, as well as former Miami Heat point guards, Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole. Coach Tyronn Lue is optimistic about Korver’s potential within the team, calling him one of the three best shooters coming off screens. James has also stated that he’s happy with their team right now. The Cavs are certainly not in a bad position with the addition of Korver, but if it remains to be seen if they’ll get that much-desired security blanket with another point guard.