Right after having their 13-game win streak broken, the Cleveland Cavaliers bounced back and started another win streak. At the moment, they are on a five-game win streak, and there's a chance that they will enter 2018 with another streak of at least 10 wins. The Cavaliers started the season off slowly, winning only five of their first 12 games, but things are much better now.

Even though they are looking good, the Cavaliers might need to improve their roster. At the end of the day, it all comes down to beating the Golden State Warriors and winning another championship.

Here are five players the Cavaliers should look to acquire before the trade deadline.

Jonathon Simmons

After two seasons in San Antonio, Jonathon Simmons decided to sign with the Orlando Magic on a three-year contract worth $20 million. He is having a great season, averaging 15.5 points and 3.6 rebounds per game, yet the Magic are one of the worst teams in the league.

LeBron James tried to recruit Simmons during last summer, so maybe there is a chance he could be acquired through a trade. The small forward would be a great addition to the Cavaliers and he could either start or come off the bench.

Patrick Patterson

Just like Simmons, Patterson signed a three-year deal and he will be paid under $20 million for the duration of it.

He is a versatile big man who would be just perfect for the Cavaliers' bench.

Oklahoma City Thunder will most likely make some trades soon, so the Cavaliers should try to use this situation to acquire Patrick Patterson and bring him on the championship-contending roster.

Tyreke Evans

Tyreke Evans is currently on the struggling Memphis Grizzlies and there is no doubt that he would like to play on a championship contender.

Evans is averaging just under 19 points per game this season, and he's one of the best players on the Grizzlies.

The guard has an expiring contract and it is very unlikely that Memphis will be able to retain him after this season. The team should try to trade him to the Cavaliers and get a long-term player in return.

DeMarcus Cousins

DeMarcus Cousins is arguably the best center in the NBA today. He is versatile as he can play well inside, rebound, make three-point shots, and play defense.

However, acquiring him would be difficult as his contract is relatively big for the Cavaliers, yet they wouldn't want to give up one of their star players for him. If the Cavs figure out how to land Cousins, they will be clear favorites to win a championship next year.

Paul George

Just like Patterson, Paul George is on the Oklahoma City Thunder and could be traded soon. There have been many rumors about him being on the trade block, and it's not surprising considering how bad the Thunder have performed this year.

The Cavaliers were one of the favorites to sign George last offseason, but he ended up being traded to the Thunder. Adding him to the roster would be a huge move for Cleveland, but the Thunder might ask for too much in return.