Cavs will Hold Mini-Camps Led by Los Angeles Players

Several Cavaliers players will gather in Los Angeles next week for a voluntary minicamp, according to Cleveland.com’s Chris Fedor, who reports that All-Star guard Darius Garland and Rookie of the Year No. 2 Evan Mobley are helping organize the drills.

Sources told Fedor that most Cavs players are expected to attend, although some of the team’s international players may not make it to L.A. due to commitments abroad, including with their national teams. This group includes Lauri Markkanen, Cedi Osman and Raul Neto.

Collin Sexton also will not participate in minicamp because he is still a restricted free agent and not yet under contract with the Cavaliers, Fedor said.

Several clubs throughout the NBA hold voluntary offseason minicamps to help improve team chemistry and prepare for the season. As Fedor wrote, LeBron James often organized them during his days in Cleveland, and in recent years he has handed that responsibility over to Kevin Love.

Love spoke at the end of the 2021-22 season about the possibility of holding a minicamp in Austin or Nashville, according to Fedor, who said the possibility of player-led workouts will be held in Nashville next. that month remains on the table.

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