It has been an amazing 2017-18 NBA season so far, as we've seen many great individual and team performances as well. But the one team that has arguably had the most attention since the beginning of the season, is the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavaliers are currently third in the Eastern Conference standings with a 25-13 record, and even though they haven't performed at the highest level this season, they continue to make headlines. This is mainly because of LeBron James, all the roster changes the Cavaliers have made, and the potential changes the Cavs are about to make.

There have been a lot of rumors about the Cavaliers possibly acquiring an All-Star caliber player before the deadline, especially with all the pieces they have to offer.

Cleveland eyeing two stars from Los Angeles

The one player that has been linked a lot with the Cavaliers over the past couple of weeks, is DeAndre Jordan from the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers have made it known that they are ready to move Jordan for the right price, and the Cavs seem to have a lot of interest in acquiring the All-Star center. They also have the necessary pieces to potentially offer to the Clippers, but no official offer has been made yet. The Cavaliers could offer Tristan Thompson and their 2018 first-round pick for Jordan, and there were even some reports that suggested the Cavaliers should include Isaiah Thomas in this deal.

Bryan Kalbrosky of the wrote in his recent report that the Cavaliers could acquire two star players from the Clippers if they are ready to offer Isaiah Thomas and Tristan Thompson in the deal. The first one is, obviously, DeAndre Jordan, while the other star is Lou Williams.

Isaiah and Thompson for Williams and DeAndre?

According to Kalbrosky, the Cavs could make a package of Isaiah Thomas and Tristan Thompson in exchange for Lou Williams and DeAndre Jordan. He wrote this in his recent report: “Earlier this week, we discussed a rumor that would send DeAndre Jordan to the Cavaliers in exchange for Isaiah Thomas.

It’s worth mentioning that in a deal like that, Cleveland big man Tristan Thompson could also head to Los Angeles in exchange for (Lou) Williams."

Williams is having a great season so far with the Clippers, averaging 21.8 points and 4.9 assists per game while coming off the bench. He is shooting 40 percent from the three-point line while playing 31.3 minutes per game. No doubt that the Cavs would benefit from his scoring and playmaking skills, but it is hard to believe that they would be ready to let Isaiah Thomas go just to get Williams. It is an interesting scenario nonetheless, and we've learned over the years that nothing is impossible in the NBA. While this may sound unrealistic at the moment, don't be surprised if you see both Lou Williams and DeAndre Jordan in a Cavaliers uniform.