In hopes of bringing back beloved Anderson Varejao on a celebratory contract, the Cleveland Cavaliers are soon going to apply for a hardship exception, league sources tell cleveland.com. Cleveland’s roster is full. Both two-ways are taken (Jeremiah Martin and Brodric Thomas). Mfiondu Kabengele is getting the last roster spot Saturday, signing a non-guaranteed multi-year deal. Even though the Cavs are considering the possibility of signing Varejao, 38, as a way of honoring him for 12 decorated seasons and letting him finish his NBA career in Cleveland while receiving a proper sendoff, they need to do some roster maneuvering first — and get league approval for a temporary 18th spot (including two-ways).