Fans in Ohio have been debating this very thing for the last couple years.
On the one hand, Varejao has been a tremendous asset for the Cavs. He is big and athletic and plays with passion.
On the other hand, he has had injury issues, is fast approaching his inevitable decline and has a big salary on a team that is far from contention.
Thus far this season, Varejao has done his part, leading the team in rebounds with an astounding 13.7 to go along with the second most points on the team (15.9).
He is the type of player whom contending teams will covet come the trade deadline, and someone that should bring back a pretty penny should the Cavs choose to pull the trigger.