5. Cameron Johnson
First on our list is Cameron Johnson from North Carolina. This 6’8″ forward has a wide array of offensive moves. Playing four seasons with UNC as a redshirt senior, Johnson should have little trouble translating his game to the next level.
There is no doubt that Johnson’s strong suit is his offense. This versatile forward can shoot almost anywhere on the court and is excellent at creating his own shot off of the dribble.
Last season, Johnson averaged 16.9 points per game on 45.7 percent shooting from the 3-point line and a 50.6 percent clip overall.
Johnson would provide some much-needed firepower to the Cavaliers who are currently struggling to find a go-to scorer. Jordan Clarkson was solid for them off of the bench with 16.8 points per game while the rookie, Collin Sexton, scored 16.7 points of his own.
Still, as a whole, the Cavaliers scored just 104.5 points per game, making them the second-worst offensive team in the league.
This is why finding someone that can come into the game and strictly get buckets would help this team a ton. Plugging in Johnson as a bench scorer sounds like a good decision for the Cavs.