The Cleveland Cavaliers have had a quiet offseason, but they made a move on Friday, signing free-agent swingman C.J. Miles to a two-year contract, according to Brian T. Smith of the Salt Lake Tribune. Terms of Miles' deal have not been leaked, but the Cavaliers have a lot of cap room to spend if need be.
Miles has played for the Utah Jazz for his entire seven-year career. The 25-year old did not have an especially good season last year, averaging 9.1 points per game while shooting just 38 percent from the field. However, he is a talented wing player that can score in a variety of ways.
The Cavaliers need help at the small forward position, so it's possible Miles might start next year. Incumbent forward Omri Casspi had a poor year in 2011-12, and his replacement, Alonzo Gee, remains unsigned.