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2012 NBA Free Agency: Cavs Not Expected To Spend Much This Summer

The Cleveland Cavaliers have about $20 million in available cap space, but according to The News-Hearld in Northern Ohio, don't expect them to be spending much of it on free agents this summer. They'll take a frugal approach to free agency this summer, even though they have several holes to fill.

They'll take a frugal approach to free agency this summer, even though they have several holes to fill.

The free-agent class is comparatively weak. There are few good, young stars on the market.

Secondly, the Cavs want to maintain their flexibility at the trade deadline in February and next summer.

According to the team's website, they still have a few holes to fill at the small forward and power forward positions, but whoever they decide on will have to come cheap.

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