With LeBron James gone, the Cleveland Cavalies have lost a lot of hope. I mean, who else do they have other than Antwan Jamison? Delonte West? Come on! That’s why the Cavs recently just jumped the bandwagon, trading West to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Ramon Sessions.

The trade went down as trading the troubled, messed-up West and Sebestian Telfair to Minnesota for Sessions along with center Ryan Hollins and a future second-round pick.

The Cavs tried their best getting other people, like signing Kyle Lowry. But the Houston Rockets matched the offers sheet, so it didn’t work out. Then they tried trading for Jonny Flynn, but that didn’t work out either.

But now, they got Sessions, and he could be a real star in the NBA. With Hollins, he’s an athletic center with a lot of potential. He’s coming off a year with six points and about three rebounds per game. They also have a hopeful second-round draft pick for the future.

“In Ramon, we’re excited to add a young, multi-dimensional guard, and with Ryan, we’re adding a young, athletic center,” new Cavaliers GM Chris Grant said in a statement issued by the team. “We think both Ramon and Ryan are really good fits for this team. We’re also happy to add another asset for the future with the additional draft pick.”