Suns forward Jae Crowder is available and the Cavaliers are among those with an interest, per Joe Vardon of The Athletic.

That interest makes sense, given that the Cavs are currently still deciding on who will start at small forward (related Dribbles). Crowder could prove to be the perfect fit.

He has already played for the Cavs once, during the LeBron James era, appearing in 53 games with Cleveland during the 2017-18 season. President of basketball operations Koby Altman traded Crowder to the Jazz in February 2018. A

In that time, Crowder has become an experienced 3-and-D forward on winning teams, playing for the Heat during their run to Finals in the 2020 Disney bubble, then for the Suns on their way to the Finals the next season.

Last season, he was part of a Suns team that finished with the NBA’s best record before bowing out in the Western Conference semifinals, losing to the Mavericks in seven games.