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Byline: Brian Windhorst
CLEVELAND _ The Cavaliers are in the market for some help at power forward.
With Anderson Varejao out four to six weeks with a high ankle sprain, the team is needy at the spot, because Robert Traylor has settled in at backup center.
The Cavaliers are evaluating their options to sign a player to a 10-day contract to help in the short term.
It is believed their top target is Keon Clark, a talented but maligned forward who hasn't played in the league this season.
The team talked with Clark about signing in September, but he didn't feel he was ready to return to the league at the time. Clark, a 6-foot-11 power …