The Cleveland Cavaliers continue to make headlines in the NBA world. Somehow, someway, the Cavs have managed to remain NBA's hottest topic even though the Golden State Warriors are the defending NBA champions. Having LeBron James on the team surely helps, but the Cavaliers have made some moves lately that rose some eyebrows around the league. This past summer, they traded their All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics.

They also acquired some marquee players such as Dwyane Wade and Derrick Rose, and it seems there's more to come from the Cavaliers.

Even though they've been playing some great basketball lately, the Cavaliers are looking for ways to improve their roster and their chances of winning another NBA title. Acquiring Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans would be a great way of doing that.

Anthony Davis on his way out from New Orleans?

Anthony Davis was the first overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, drafted by the New Orleans Hornets (now the Pelicans). His career has been nothing short of spectacular so far, and he is having an impressive 2017-18 season also. In 26 games played with the Pelicans this season, Davis is averaging 25.7 points, 10.6 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.9 blocks per game while shooting nearly 57 percent from the floor.

But despite his great individual number, the team has had little success over the past couple of years. The Pelicans are yet to make it past the first round of the playoffs with Davis on the roster, and there are rumors that the 24-year-old power forward is not happy in New Orleans and could be on his way out. The Boston Celtics have been mentioned a lot as Davis' potential new team if he decides to leave New Orleans, but one other Eastern Conference team is in the mix also.

It's the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Davis teaming up with LeBron in Cleveland?

While it might sound unrealistic that Anthony Davis ends up with the Cleveland Cavaliers, it really isn't. The Cavaliers have the necessary pieces to make a good offer to the Pelicans, and Davis wouldn't mind playing alongside LeBron James in Cleveland. Of course, getting the Pelicans to accept the trade would be hard, so the Cavaliers would have to create a really good trade package.

Luckily for them, they have what it takes. The Cavs could offer Kevin Love, Iman Shumpert and Brooklyn's 2018 first-round pick (potential top-five pick) in return for the 6-foot-10 Davis. While Davis still has three more years remaining on his current contract with the Pelicans, don't be surprised if the Cavaliers make an offer for him. Especially considering the fact that they don't want to let him go to their Eastern Conference rivals - the Boston Celtics.

"It's not about the money. It's not about having fans. The most important thing to me: winning. That's what I want to do," said Davis in his recent conversation with ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Teaming up with LeBron James would surely mean winning for him, and the fans in Cleveland would love to have a young superstar like him on their team. It is going to be very interesting to see how this situation develops.