Veteran free agents just keep jumping on board the Cleveland Cavaliers' playoff-bound ship.
ESPN's Marc Stein reports that 15-year-vet Shawn Marion will sign a one-year deal with the Cavs sometime this month.
Marion's signing follows longtime NBA players Mike Miller and James Jones' agreement to join LeBron James in Cleveland.
Despite all these additions, the Cavaliers could still use some help. They lack a proven backup at center behind Anderson Varejao and have Matthew Dellavedova as the primary reserve to Kyrie Irving. Nothing against Delly, but a little more experience would be a nice insurance policy.
Since the Cavs are over the salary cap, they can only add players via veteran-minimum contracts.
Lucky for them, plenty of former big names are still on the market who may be interested in chasing a ring, even at such a discounted price.