For all fans who believe that Lebron is the only good player on the team, there is good news. Cavaliers are making a big change in their locker room. In fact, LeBron's dream team wasn't doing so well this season. If you look at their names, you can tell they should have already won the title, but on the court the situation is different. Too many stars on the court couldn't get enough space and the team became trash.

After involving ten players in three trades, Cavaliers stopped their march to slow death. After losing twelve of their last eighteen games, Cavs general manager Koby Altman talked about how he was worried about the situation on the floor.

He also admitted that he is guilty for players not fitting in the team, like Isaiah Thomas. Also, Cavs are probably ending up with the highest payroll in NBA history.

Star players that got out of Cleveland

First of all, Cleveland traded Dwayne Wade back to Miami Heat, the team he had been playing for his whole life and where he wanted to retire. The Cavaliers got a heavily protected second-round pick in the deal.

In the trade agreement with the Lakers, Cavs gave away last season MVP candidate Isaiah Thomas, center Channing Frye and their own 2018 first round pick in exchange for power forward Larry Nance and guard Jordan Clarkson. Isaiah Thomas wasn’t so happy about this deal because he enjoyed his 15 games in Cleveland and averaged 14.7 points, 4.5 assists, and 2.1 rebounds in 27.1 minutes per game.

In a three-way deal, George Hill and Rodney Hood will join Cavaliers. The Cavaliers will send Iman Shumpert and a 2020 second-round pick to the Kings in the deal. Sacramento also gets Joe Johnson from Jazz, which sends Derrick Rose and Jae Crowder to Utah.

New Cavs players introduction

Larry Nance Jr. comes home to his native Northeast Ohio, he was a first-round pick in 2015 and will defend the rim alongside Tristan Thompson.

His great athleticism brings him to 2018 NBA All-Star Slam dunk Contest. He is averaging 8.6 points and 6.8 rebounds per game this season.

Jordan Clarkson is one of the best reserve scorers in the league. He averages 14.5 PPG and his defending skills are something that this team really needs if they want to go to playoffs.

George Hill is a defensive upgrade for Isaiah Thomas, he is 31 years old and he is a ten-year NBA veteran.

He is not scoring too many points this season but has some solid ball-handling skills.

Rodney Hood, the first-round pick in 2014, is the good three-point shooter as well he has the ability to create his own shot. His career high is 30 PPG and he played very well in the first half of this season.