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Here’s your one stop shop for every Cavaliers rumor this offseason.

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Despite LeBron James’ free agency being a formality, the 2016 offseason for the Cleveland Cavaliers still figures to be interesting. Several key players - namely J.R. Smith and Matthew Dellavedova - are on the open market and with the cap at $94 million, a lot of money is going be thrown around. Even if the Cavs are ultimately minor players compared to the rest of the league, there’s a chance a lot could still happen.

To help you, the Fear the Sword community, keep track of the all the rumors and rumblings, we’ll be keeping track of every Cavaliers related news bit right here. If you want to know if Dellavedova signs an offer sheet, check here. If you want to know if the Cavs have made a deal to sign a wing, check here. Basically, this will be your one-stop shop for all Cavaliers offseason news.

EVERY IMPORTANT CLEVELAND CAVALIERS RUMOR IN ONE PLACE

July 6: Richard Jefferson announces he’s returning to Cleveland on a two-year deal

July 6: Cleveland acquires Mike Dunleavy from the Bulls

July 6: Cavs in talks to acquire Mike Dunleavy

July 6: Ray Allen interested in Cavs, LeBron James won’t help recruit

July 5: LeBron James won’t actively recruit Dwyane Wade

July 5: The Cavs are expected to meet Dwyane Wade

July 5: Cavs target David West signs with Golden State

July 5: Dwyane Wade to Cleveland a ‘long shot’

July 5: The Cavs have contacted David West

July 4: The Cavaliers won’t match Matthew Dellavedova’s offer sheet

July 3: The Cavs’ luxury tax bill is a whopping $54 million

July 3: Tristan Thompson officially joins Team Canada for Olympic qualifying

July 2: The Bucks reportedly don’t expect the Cavs to match Matthew Dellavedova’s offer sheet

July 1: Matthew Dellavedova to sign offer sheet with Milwaukee Bucks

July 1: The Kings are interested in Matthew Dellavedova

July 1: Lakers sign Timofey Mozgov to four-year deal worth $64 million

June 30: Cavaliers extend qualifying offer to Matthew Dellavedova

June 30: The Warriors, Spurs, Rockets and Heat are all interested in Timofey Mozogv

June 29: The New York Knicks are reportedly interested in Timofey Mozgov

June 29: LeBron James declines player option for next season

June 28: Richard Jefferson isn’t retiring, wants to play 2-3 more years

June 28: Cavs reportedly pick up Jordan McRae’s player option