With the NBA's trade deadline two months away, the Cavaliers are already searching for ways to add another first-round pick in next summer's draft. What assets they'd have to use to get there, however, remain hazy. Trade talks will heat up closer to the All-Star Game and teams will inevitably call to inquire about the availability of center Anderson Varejao. Cavs coach Byron Scott, though, doesn't believe Varejao is going anywhere. "It would have to be an unbelievable person to get back," Scott said when asked if the Cavs could part with Varejao. "I look at him as one of the guys you look at and say 'He's not going anywhere.' I just feel that strongly about him and what he means to this team."
Cavs' Scott on Varejao: 'He's not going anywhere'
Akron Beacon Journal | Jan 11