Australian centre Andrew Bogut may not be headed to the Cavaliers after all, despite reports earlier this week suggesting Cleveland was keen on the former No.1 pick.
The 32-year-old was traded from Dallas to Philadelphia, with the 76ers buying out his contract, and he now has several side in the race for his signature.
Boston has also entered the race for Bogut, with Celtics General Manager Danny Ainge reportedly meeting with Bogut on Monday evening, according to the Boston Globe.
The Houston Rockets are another team in need of a big centre and could also make a play for the Aussie.
Meanwhile, Boomers' teammate Patty Mills' team, the San Antonio Spurs has also been linked with a move for Bogut.