Cavs aren't done tweaking their roster

USA TODAY Sports’ Sam Amick previews the final regular season matchup between the Cavaliers and Warriors.

SACRAMENTO –The Cleveland Cavaliers, with an eye on another championship and less than six weeks remaining before the NBA’s trade deadline, aren’t done tweaking their roster just yet.

A week after Cavs star LeBron James detailed his personnel wishes with reporters while the team was in New York, Cavaliers general manager David Griffin addressed the topic on Friday morning in Sacramento.

First and foremost, the Cavs (28-10, first in the Eastern Conference) need another point guard. With the playmaking duties largely falling on James and Kyrie Irving and backup point guard Kay Felder playing limited minutes, Griffin made it clear that’s a priority. Whether it’s James’ former teammate, free agent Mario Chalmers, or someone else on the market, and whether it comes before the deadline or during the buyout season that follows, they all agree on the need.

“It really doesn’t even have to be a point guard,” said…

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