NBA 2012 Season: Grading the Top 3 Most Valuable Trade Assets for the Cavs

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NBA 2012 Season: Grading the Top 3 Most Valuable Trade Assets for the Cavs
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Chris Grant is going to have a lot of work to do if he is going to try and get enough talent around Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson in time to fulfill Dan Gilbert's promise to capture an NBA championship before LeBron James.

I think we all know who the top-three most valuable trade assets are, Anderson Varejao, Antawn Jamison and Baron Davis. But which one of these players is the Cavs' most valuable trade option?

On a grade scale, I have ranked them on the attractiveness of their respective contracts, as well as their offensive and defensive production.

The average of these grades, combined with what type of team would pull the trigger on the deal, will decide who is the most valuable trade asset.

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