David Griffin has emphasized that the Cleveland Cavaliers needed to get better at shooting, and the team has taken two steps to move in that direction today. The team announced the official signings of Mike Miller and James Jones.
Mike Miller turned down offers of more money for the chance to win a title and play with his friend LeBron James in Cleveland. He reportedly has signed for the room exception, approximately $5.5 million over two years.
Miller was a huge help to Memphis last season, a team starved for three point shooting. Though he is getting a bit older, he stayed healthy for the Grizzlies. If the Cavs can limit his minutes and work to hide some of his defensive shortcomings, he will be a major asset.
James Jones has received less playing time of late, but is a friend of James' and another three point shooting marksman. He will play for the league minimum and provides depth and veteran know how.
Use this thread to comment on the signings and watch the press conference at 11 am ET.