The Cleveland Cavaliers continue to be the priority of the 2016 NBA Championship trying to keep a head at a level, now the team is blown from inside. No-one said that the solution would be easy, but the Utah Jazz Kyle Korver trade seemed to have drawn the scales more than anyone could have predicted. Korver was packed in the long run, including two 2nd round rounds and Alec Burks guard.

According to Joe Vardon of Athletics, they were very frustrating in learning the trade. Not only were they frustrated to lose friendship, which all counts as a strict reality that they have to expect. The players were "incredible" likely to be the ones who abolished the face managers had decided the tank of the season (unofficial). Vardon reports that more than one player on the list has expressed their frustration in losing the best perimeter shooter and team. Tristan Thompson was one of the few players brave enough to talk to the press.

"At the end of the day there is a business and anyone can move," said Tristan Thompson at Vardon. "If the trade is OK and it's added to it, then someone can be moved unless you have a non-trade clause I do not know who has that. So the only two men who are & Bron a Steph Curry is safe in the NBA. Everyone else, you can be moved. "The Cavs play Tomorrow's Raptors without their Ashton Kutcher-clone, in a game they are almost in sure to lose.