- Report: Eastern conference executive says Andre Drummond ‘definitely out of Cleveland’
- Former NBA executive discloses how much Cavs would likely pay Jarrett Allen in long-term deal
- Andre Drummond has hilarious reaction to finding out Cavs traded for another center in Jarrett Allen
- Report: Cavs waive 2 players in aftermath of blockbuster James Harden trade
- Report: Cavs acquire Jarrett Allen and Taurean Prince in blockbuster James Harden deal
- Report: Cavs helping Kevin Porter Jr. ‘get his life together before putting him on the court’
- Report: Cavs reveal MRI results of Collin Sexton’s latest injury
- Report: Cavs considered adding Jeremy Lin before signing Yogi Ferrell
- Kevin Porter Jr. highlights relationship with Carmelo Anthony as he remains away from Cavs
- Report: Steve Nash continues to have no update on Kyrie Irving’s mysterious absence from Nets
Report: Warriors Not Expected to Match Cavs’ Offer for Patrick McCaw
- Updated: December 30, 2018
Earlier this week it was reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers signed current Golden State Warriors guard Patrick McCaw to a two-year, $6 million offer sheet, and it now appears that the Warriors are going to let McCaw walk.
According to the most recent update, the Warriors are not expected to match the Cavs’ offer to retain the young guard.
Barring a late change of heart, Golden State will not match Cleveland's two-year, $6M offer sheet for Patrick McCaw, league source tells ESPN. McCaw will join the Cavaliers.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) December 31, 2018
On Saturday, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr answered questions regarding the matter and he seemed resigned to the fact that McCaw would not be in Golden State for much longer.
Now that it appears that McCaw will join the Cavs shortly, it will be interesting to see what role he assumes in the rotation. He has yet to play an NBA game this season due to a bone bruise in his lower back that he sustained last season, but it appears that his return could be imminent.
Last season, McCaw averaged 4.0 points, 1.4 assists, and 1.4 rebounds in 16.9 minutes per game.
With so much turnover in Cleveland this season, it will be nice to see another fresh face working to make his mark on a team that is still searching for a winning identity.