Ramon Sessions Trade Rumors: Cavaliers Reportedly Seeking First Round Pick For Guard

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Ramon Sessions has been the talk of a lot of trade talks lately, as the Cavaliers try to offload some players that they don't need in an attempt to improve their mediocre squad for the future and build around rookie Kyrie Irving. Sessions is expected to opt out of his contract as he looks for a deal with several years and likely more money involved, he's currently scheduled to make $4.6 million next season.

The Cavaliers are said to be looking for a first round pick in exchange for Sessions according to Bob Finnan of The News-Herald. The Los Angeles Lakers and the New York Knicks are reportedly interested in gaining the guard's services. More teams may join the fray as the saga unfolds, but the Cavaliers are certainly going to continue looking for good draft picks to continue to build a strong, young team.

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