A player signed in this year's offseason has joined the Cleveland Cavaliers roster before a road game against the Detroit Pistons on November 20. The Cavs are adjusting their lineup almost every outing as the injury bug continues to trouble them this season.

According to Cleveland.com, the guy called up to the Cavaliers roster was John Holland. In September, Holland got signed by the Cavaliers to a two-way deal, which means he will spend time with them (for a maximum of 45 days) and their G League affiliate, the Canton Charge.

To make room on the Cavaliers roster for Holland, the Cavaliers assigned Ante Zizic to the Charge.

Zizic was part of the package deal the reigning Eastern Conference champions received when they traded Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics in August. Zizic has seen action in five games for the Cavs this season. In those appearances, the 20-year-old has averaged 1.4 points and 1.4 rebounds per contest.

The addition of Holland to the Cavaliers roster is for backcourt help. As of the moment, three Cavaliers guards are on the sideline due to injuries. These are Isaiah Thomas, Derrick Rose, and Iman Shumpert.

JC's opportunity

In another Cavaliers roster news, Jose Calderon will be the starting point guard versus the Detroit Pistons. The Cavaliers have no other option with Derrick Rose and Iman Shumpert out, and Isaiah Thomas still recovering.

Calderon only started once in seven games played so far this season. The 36-year-old, who is with his seventh NBA team, is averaging a career-low 1.0 point each night.

Cavaliers visit Pistons

The showdown between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Detroit Pistons is an interesting one. Both teams are in the top five of the Eastern Conference.

The Cavaliers are sitting on the fourth spot with a 9-7 record. Meanwhile, the Pistons are the second-best in the East with their 11-5 record which is identical with the Toronto Raptors.

The Cavaliers will put their winning streak on the line when they visit the Pistons at the Little Caesars Arena. In the past couple of weeks, it seemed like the Cavs have figured out how to win ballgames.

After struggling to start their new championship bid, they are currently riding a four-game winning streak. The Pistons, on the other hand, just ended a two-game losing streak by winning on Sunday (Nov. 19). Detroit edged Jimmy Butler and the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Target Center for a 100-97 victory.