NBA Free Agency 2012: Cavaliers To Sign-And-Trade Antawn Jamison?

The Cleveland Cavaliers are exploring sign-and-trade options with free agent forward Antawn Jamison, via Yahoo!'s Marc Spears.

In addition to the much-discussed possibility of going back home to Charlotte, Jamison could wind up back where he started his career in Golden State, or chasing a title with the Lakers or the new-look Brooklyn Nets.

The Nets are an intriguing destination for Jamison, as they now feature a top-heavy roster with Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace and Brook Lopez. Jamison could provide them with some needed frontcourt depth.

A sign-and-trade could benefit both the Cavaliers and Jamison. Cleveland could receive an asset rather than losing him outright and Jamison could be in a position to make above the minimum salary at a destination he prefers.

For more 2012 free agency coverage, stay right here with this StoryStream. For more on the Cavs, be sure to visit Fear The Sword. And for more NBA news and coverage this offseason, check out SB Nation's NBA hub.

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