Harrison Barnes, Bradley Beal to work out in Saturday visit: Cleveland Cavaliers Insider

barnes-lefty-layin-horiz-ap.jpgView full sizeThe Cavaliers will get a close-up look at Harrison Barnes during his workout for the team on Saturday.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- North Carolina small forward Harrison Barnes and Florida shooting guard Bradley Beal will be in town on Saturday to work out for the Cavaliers, NBA sources have confirmed.

But are they working out against each other?

CBSSports.com reported the two were scheduled to do just that, but the report could not be verified as the team declined to comment. The two players performed extremely well during athletic testing at the recent NBA combine in Chicago, but Barnes is 6-foot-8, 215 pounds, while Beal is 6-4, 201.

The Cavs, who have the fourth pick in the draft, certainly have researched the positives and negatives in each player's game, but also puts a high value on team interviews as it strives to add athletes with character to what it feels is a strong core of young players.

Barnes, Beal and Kentucky's Michael Kidd-Gilchrist are believed to be among the players under consideration by the Cavs at No. 4. The team also has the 24th pick in the first round and the third and fourth picks in the second round.

Wayns tweet: Point guard Maalik Wayns, who averaged 17.6 points and 4.6 assists for Villanova last season, tweeted, "Had a great day and workout with a great organization and city in Cleveland with the cavs now wheels up next stop Sacramento!!!!"

Summer league schedule: The Cavs announced their five-game summer schedule in Las Vegas. They will face Charlotte on July 15, the D-League All-Stars on July 16, Phoenix on July 17, Minnesota on July 19 and New York on July 20. Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving is expected to play, as are any draft choices they make on June 28.

Rumor mill: According to HoopsHype.com, agent Misko Raznatovic says his client, Bosnian power forward Mirza Teletovic, a good shooter who averaged 21.7 points and six rebounds per game for Vitoria last season, will sign with either Brooklyn or Cleveland next season. The Cavs also reportedly are interested in Toronto restricted free agent swingman Sonny Weems, who played in Lithuania last season.

The Cavs declined to comment on either rumor. Clearly, the draft is their priority at this point.

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