Carl Landry will meet with the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday, multiple sources confirmed to ESPN.com.
Golden State is interested in bringing the 6-foot-8 forward back. Others teams that have expressed interest include Indiana, Denver, San Antonio, Atlanta and Cleveland, a source told ESPN.com.
Landry is another in a long line of big men that the Cavaliers appear to be exploring, be it through trade or through free agency. He's another guy that especially adept in the pick-and-pop game. Playing with Stephen Curry and Jarrett Jack on the Warriors this season, Landry shot 44 percent from 10-23 feet on about 4.5 attempts per-36 minutes, meaning he'd give the Cavaliers a dimension they have lacked over the past couple of years.
However, I sincerely doubt his desire to come to Cleveland. He's the kind of guy that seems tailor-made to play on a contender as a third big man, and those guys are in high demand. It would require a severe overpayment that Chris Grant and company haven't shown a desire to provide to a free agent as of yet. Doing your due diligence is always a good thing, but I expect that Landry will be playing in the West next season.