Screw Matt Barnes, let him go to the LA Lakers. Matt Barnes is nothing special and he is not a player you want for a rebuilding team. A look at the free agent market, there are other players you can find that are just as good and could be a lot cheaper and would be worth a gamble for a year. Here is the list http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?page=FreeAgents-10-11. If I'm the GM, I'm looking at such players like Joe Alexander at SF, Acie Law at PG, Jarvis Hayes at SF, Randolph Morris at C, Stephen Graham at SF/SG, Joey Graham SF/SG, Mardy Collins PG/SG, Antoine Wright at SF, Patrick O' Bryant at C, Josh Boone at C, and Shannon Brown at SG. For SG, my first choice would be Shannon Brown. For SF, my first choice would be Joe Alexander. For C, my first choice would be Josh Boone. I don't know what happened to Joe Alexander, he looked really good at West Virginia and was a lottery pick. Milwaukee never truly gave him a chance and then he was traded as an extra. I think if given the chance here in Cleveland, he could suceed, if nothing else it would be worth a gamble for one year. Another guy, that could be good and worth a gamble is Acie Law, again never given a chance in Atlanta and was traded as an extra. He was really good at Texas A&M. I wouldn't be upset if going into the season our starting line-up was Alexander, Hickson, Boone, Mo, and Brown. It is better than our current line-up as of right now is Hickson, Moon, Andy, Mo, and Parker. Moon, Parker, and Andy should all be coming off the bench regardless of us rebuilding or not. Just a side note, Shannon Brown is a long shot to come here but still if I was the GM he would be first choice. Easily the best SG on the market right now.