Altman: New-look Cavs ‘going to be fun again’

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Hoping to save his Cleveland Cavaliers team from a season he likened to “marching a slow death,” rookie general manager Koby Altman shook up the team with a series of franchise-altering deals before the NBA trade deadline Thursday.

Altman completed three trades involving four teams, sending six players and two draft picks out the door for four players and one draft pick in return. As a result, the Cavs team that will take the floor in what could be LeBron James‘ final stretch with the franchise should he bolt as a free agent in July will look nothing like the Cavs team that has stumbled to a 7-13 record since Christmas Day.

Coming to Cleveland: 25-year-old combo guard Jordan Clarkson from the Los Angeles Lakers; athletic big man Larry Nance Jr., the son of a Cavs legend, from the Lakers; plus-sized, smooth-shooting Rodney Hood from the Utah Jazz; and steady, playoff-tested point guard George Hill from the Sacramento Kings.

“I’m really excited about the new guys we have, and I’m really excited

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