Cleveland Cavaliers: Best and Worst Moves of the Off Season
By Mike Samuels: HoopStuff Writer
Best Move: Signing Jarrett Jack
The Cleveland Cavaliers made a great move to bolster their lineup in signing point guard, Jarrett Jack to a 4 year, 25 million dollar deal. Jack the 29 year old first round draft pick by the Denver Nuggets in 2005 is very skilled and he has a great knowledge of the game at large. He makes those around him better when he is on the floor. He can be a veteran mentor to Kyrie Irving, something that he has not had in his time with the Cavs.
Jack will come off the bench and give the Cavs valuable minutes during the times that Irving sits down and takes his breaks. Jack is a more than capable replacement who last year averaged, 12.9 points and 5.5 assists per game for the season with the Golden State Warriors. He also averaged 40% from 3-point range. He gives the Cavs a player that can contribute for long periods of sustained minutes without a great drop-off in pr...