After the Cavaliers' 68-64 loss to the Charlotte Bobcats in their summer league opener, power forward Tristan Thompson grabbed his backpack and was escorted to an autograph table on the main concourse of the Thomas & Mack Center at UNLV. There he took a seat and chatted up the fans in line, patiently signing his name time after time. For him, that was fun, unlike the work he's trying to put in on his mid-range game this summer.

"It's definitely a priority," said Thompson, who sat out Monday's game against the D League Select Team to rest. "It's actually No. 1 on the list."