It's a fair bet that Sixers guard Evan Turner will be in the middle of trade rumors until late February.

So far he's been traded to the Bulls, Thunder and Timberwolves all in just one month.

Today, his next destination could be Cleveland.

According to Sam Amico, the Cleveland Cavaliers are showing interest in the Sixers shooting guard.

The FOX Sports Ohio report cites league sources suggesting that Turner could be a good match with the Cavs because he is a 'starting caliber' NBA small forward to play alongside Kyrie Irving.

It is not known what assets the Sixers would receive from the Cavs in exchange for Turner.

First overall pick Anthony Bennett has not lived up to his selection thus far and has shown strong signs as to being a bust. Bennett has been booed by his fans averaging just 11 minutes per game.

If the Sixers wind up keeping Turner all season, the Sixers could re-sign him during the summer months. Turner has played the best basketball of his career under new head coach Brett Brown. He has also shown signs of great chemistry on the floor with rookie Michael Carter-Williams.

The NBA trade deadline is February 20th.