Free Agency will be a very boring time for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Luckily LeBron's contract is not up this year so whether they win or lose the finals this year, fear not Cleveland fans. But with the only free agents being aging veterans brought into play the scrap minutes, Cleveland has no cap space whatsoever. Let's break down the free agent situation in Cleveland.

Free agents

Aforementioned, mostly all the free agents are aging players who are beyond their prime, but still able to contribute with the limited minutes they'll see. With that being said, it makes sense that all three free agents are unrestricted.

The free agents

The free agents are Kyle Korver, James Jones, and Deron Williams.

The arguably most talented and most useful free agent the Cavaliers should attempt to bring back is Kyle Korver. Although he is past his prime, Korver still boasted the 4th highest PPG average in the regular season, averaging 10.7, and only trailing LeBron, Kyrie, and Love. Bare in mind however that the average does not take into account his averages with the Hawks, and therefore that average is only through 35 games with Cleveland.

Nevertheless, although Korver's ability is not fully what it used to be, decent three-point shooting off the bench is still a valuable skill-set. Given that, Cleveland might find it expensive to keep him around this off-season.

At any rate, I anticipate Cleveland to try to find a way to maintain the sharpshooter's contract.

Following Korver, Deron Williams probably has the most use. He averaged 7.5 PPG through his 24 games with the Cavs, averaging 3.6 assists as well -- which is third on the team behind LeBron and Kyrie. Williams was brought in to give Kyrie some rest during games and hold together the second unit.

In the 5th game of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Boston, Williams exploded for 14 points in 17 minutes. It is no doubt that he has done a decent job at keeping the points flowing while Kyrie gets some rest, but will Cleveland be able to keep him around? If I had to guess, I would say he probably leaves given that Cleveland probably won't be able to match whatever another team will offer for his services.

Last but not least on the free agents' list is James Jones. Given that the Cleveland Cavaliers will want to keep LeBron happy, I guess you can count on Jones being in a Cleveland jersey next year. Not only has LeBron public stated that Jones is one off the best teammates he has ever had, but so has Kevin Love and Dwyane Wade.

With that being said, it is a fair assumption that Jones will be in Cleveland until LeBron leaves, which will most likely be when the 36-year-old will retire.

What does all this mean?

The Cavaliers have made it to the finals multiple years in a row now and will continue to do so as long as LeBron is on the team. Fortunately, LeBron brings in aging veterans at a cheap rate - so perhaps Cleveland will let the free agents go and hope James bring in some new ones, in order to save some money.

At the end of the day, you can attribute their increase in numbers to the talent of LeBron, Kyrie, and Love spacing the floor so they can boost their statistics. Therefore they will probably leave and go back to producing close to nothing, and on their way to retirement. So would you rather take a pay cut and have a chance at another ring?

For the first time NBA Finalists Kyle Korver and Deron Williams, that answer would probably be yes; especially because both saw decent minutes for players of their age this season.