First up, Dunleavy.
Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal:
Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com:
Cleveland can absorb Dunleavy’s contract using the Anderson Varejao trade exception. A draft pick could also be conveyed either way.
Dunleavy is a good outside shooter whose complementary skills are declining as he nears his 36th birthday in September. Even a limited role, he can help the Cavs, whose stars — LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love — create open 3-pointers.
Due $5,175,000 in 2016-17 and $4,837,500 ($1,662,500 guaranteed) in 2017-18, Dunleavy comes at a cost. But Cleveland won’t have cap flexibility anyway. As long as Dan Gilbert is willing to pay, there’s minimal downside here.