It seems that this NBA offseason will be very interesting as many teams are looking to move their pieces or sign valuable free agents. There have been already a few trades that include star players, such as the trade that sent Brook Lopez to the Los Angeles Lakers, but there are also a lot more star players available on the trade market.

Cleveland Cavaliers, who are looking to improve their roster to dethrone the Golden State Warriors, have been included in numerous trade rumors. The latest rumors say that the 2016 NBA champions are interested in trading for two superstars, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul.

LeBron James would definitely love to play with his friends, Anthony and Paul, and it would be interesting to see what this amazing trio would achieve when put together on the court. Sam Amico reported that the Cavaliers are interested in these two superstars, so there's a good chance we see them team up this summer.

Carmelo Anthony to the Cleveland Cavaliers

Phil Jackson made it clear that he wants Carmelo Anthony to leave the New York Knicks, and the Cavaliers seem like a proper destination for him. If Anthony didn't have a no-trade clause in his contract, there is no doubt that Jackson would have traded him by now. However, the Knicks superstar can veto any trade he wants, as long as he is under this contract.

Anthony has two more years left on his contract and will be able to use his player option on the second year. The only issue with his contract is that it's big and the Cavaliers are already above the salary cap. Cleveland would have to trade Kevin Love for Anthony, and there's a chance they'd add another player, such as Channing Frye, to the trade.

Chris Paul's situation

Unlike Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul has a player option for the next season, which will be the final season of his current contract. If he opts in, he will have to be traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Otherwise, Cleveland could just sign him as a free agent and possibly get him to take a pay cut.

If Paul exercises his player option, he will be paid $24.3 million next year.

However, he hasn't achieved much in his postseason career and he wants to change it. Los Angeles Clippers are a great team in the regular season, but they just can't go far in the playoffs. If Chris Paul joins LeBron James in Cleveland, he could finally reach his first NBA Finals, and possibly win a championship ring.

Paul is 32 and the clock is ticking for him. For the point guard, this summer could make a difference between winning a championship and being ringless for his entire career.