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Andrew Wiggins: In Wiggins, the Cavs hope to have found their franchise cornerstone of the future. Unless he gets dealt for Kevin Love, of course. Should he stick around, Wiggins' tantalizing combination of quickness, athleticism and raw-but-NBA-ready fundamentals make him a potential legend in the making. Look for him to garner heavy minutes at the 2 and 3.
Mike Miller: In Miami, Miller became one of James' most trusted on-court confidants, which Miller duly rewarded by drilling seven three-pointers in the Heat's Finals-deciding Game 5 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder back in 2012. Expect Miller to see significant action alongside James and Irving.
Anthony Bennett: To call Bennett's 2013-14 rookie season a nightmare would be an understatement. Still, the second-year big out of UNLV has shown signs of life in the Las Vegas Summer League. With James on board, look for Bennett to make significant year-two strides, even if his minutes don't crest above 15.
Brendan Haywood: The Cavs scooped up the veteran big for next to nothing, per ESPN.com, after watching Spencer Hawes fly the coop. Even at 34 years old, Haywood should be able to provide some valuable spot rebounding and interior defense.
Matthew Dellavedova: Dellavedova was something of a pleasant surprise last season, with the rookie playing in all but six games and even starting four in lieu of the injured Irving. A heady, steady playmaker who can can knock down the open triple, Dellavedova should get good looks aplenty in Blatt's LeBron-led attack.
Joe Harris: Harris garnered a reputation as a stellar two-way player during his four years at the University of Virginia. And while his scoring had dropped off significantly by his senior year, Harris is just the kind of scrapper you'd expect to fight and claw for a rotation spot. Don't expect big minutes, but expect Harris to make the most of them when he does.
Dwight Powell: Acquired in the Haywood deal and the 45th pick in the draft, Powell put up 14 points and 6.9 rebounds during his senior year at Stanford. He will also be fighting for one of the final roster spots come training camp.
Carrick Felix: He averaged 2.7 points in (very) limited action as a rookie last season. With so much wing depth now at Blatt's disposal, Felix has his work cut out for him sticking around for a second stint.