Cleveland Cavaliers get another 2nd-round pick in trade with Utah Jazz

CLEVELAND -- The Cavaliers are loading up for the future.

Cleveland acquired another second-round pick on Friday -- this one in 2027 -- from the Utah Jazz, who also sent the Cavs shooting guard Rayjon Tucker in exchange for cash considerations.

It's the third second-round selection added by the Cavs this offseason. They previously picked up second-round picks from the Milwaukee Bucks (2025) and the Los Angeles Lakers (2026) in separate deals.

Tucker, 23, played in 20 games for Utah as a rookie last season. He averaged 3.1 points in 8.1 minutes. It's possible the Cavs could waive the 6-foot-5 Tucker before Nov. 29, when his contract becomes fully guaranteed.

But Tucker has shown potential, and the Cavs might want to keep him around as they continue to rebuild.