After bolstering their backcourt with the trade for Minnesota’s Ramon Sessions Monday, the Cleveland Cavaliers moved on to upgrading the wing position Tuesday.
Veteran swingmen Damien Wilkins, Von Wafer and Antonio Anderson all worked out in Cleveland Tuesday in hopes of securing a contract for the upcoming season according to AOL Fanhouse’s Chris Tomasson.
Wilkins, who averaged 5.6 points last season for Minnesota and has a six-year NBA career average of 7.2 after being undrafted in 2004, said he left without a contract offer from Cleveland.
Wafer, 25, began his season in Greece last season before finishing his year with the Dallas Mavericks.
Anderson, 27, hasn’t played in the NBA since making the Charlotte Bobcats on a 10-day contract in 2007. He played with Israeli powerhouse Maccabi Tel-Aviv last season.
The Cavaliers are also interested in Nuggets free agent Joey Graham according to Tomasson, though he was not reported to be at the workout.