The Cavaliers have agreed to terms with forward C.J. Miles, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
The 25-year-old Miles averaged 16 points and 4 rebounds per 36 minutes for the Jazz last season but saw his minutes cut behind the Jazz' plethora of wings. He averaged 25 minutes per game in 2011, and dropped to just 20 in 2012.
Miles gives the Cavaliers some depth at one of their weakest positions, and throws into question whether they will re-sign restricted free agent Alonzo Gee. The Cavaliers drafted Dion Waiters with the fourth pick in what was considered a bit of a reach, and they need some additional depth with Anthony Parker announcing his retirement.
Miles shot just 38 percent from the field last season.
Originally posted by Matt Moore on CBSSports.com