- Report: Cavs would ‘love’ to sign Andre Drummond to long-term deal for approximately $60 million
- Report: Steve Nash expects Kyrie Irving to play in Wednesday’s game vs. Cavs
- Jarrett Allen discusses how good it feels to be ‘wanted’ by Cavs following blockbuster trade
- Kevin Love goes on lengthy rant for social justice: ‘Why is it so hard for white people to talk about race?’
- Report: Kevin Porter Jr. yelled ‘modern-day slavery’ at Cavs GM, not allowed back at practice facility
- Report: Cavs believe Andre Drummond’s asking price will be too high, will shop him ahead of deadline
- Report: Kevin Porter Jr. expected to be released or traded after throwing tantrum in Cavs locker room
- Andre Drummond opens up about uncertain future with Cavs following Jarrett Allen trade
- Report: Cavs have begun exploring trade options for JaVale McGee
- Report: Cavs offer major update on when Darius Garland and Collin Sexton could return
Cavs News: Channing Frye Out Indefinitely Following Father’s Death
- Updated: November 25, 2016
The Cleveland Cavaliers will be without reserve center Channing Frye on an indefinite basis after the veteran suffered another devastating personal loss with the death of his father, Thomas, on Thanksgiving Day.
Frye, whose mother died on October 27 from cancer, learned of his father’s passing and noted it on his Instagram account.
The Cavaliers issued a note of condolence on its website on Friday morning. It indicated that Frye will definitely be out for Friday night’s home game against the Dallas Mavericks, with no time frame set for his return. After his mother’s death, Frye missed two games.
This season, Frye is averaging 11.3 points and connecting on 3-pointers at a rate of 49.3 percent in his 11 games played.