Update: Jones went without a point (0-2 FT) and grabbed two rebounds in nine minutes during Sunday's 110-77 Game 2 loss to the Warriors.
Analysis: Jones has played in each of the last four postseason games, all of which have been blowouts. Unfortunately, the Cavs have been beaten soundly by the Warriors in both contests so far this series, so Jones' presence on the court hasn't been a welcome development. He'll remain outside of the rotation if Wednesday's Game 3 matchup in Cleveland proves more competitive.
A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Heat free agent James Jones will be joining James with the Cavaliers. Jones and the Cavaliers agreed to terms on a veteran minimum deal for $1.4 million on Wednesday. The person requested anonymity because an official announcement has not been made.
Jones spent the past six of his 11 NBA seasons in Miami. Last year Jones shot a career-high 46 percent on 3-pointers, but only appeared in 20 games. He joins Mike Miller, who agreed to a two-year deal on Tuesday, as former James teammates that are following him to Cleveland.