Cavaliers reportedly agree to 2-year deal with free agent Jordan Bell

Ruben Hill
June 30, 2020

According to Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com, Bell and the Cavaliers have agreed on a multi-year contract. Bell had been a free agent since he was cut by the Memphis Grizzlies in March.

Wade played in 12 games last season for Cleveland. The final three years, starting in 2020-21, are non-guaranteed. His second year is non-guaranteed. The 25-year-old Los Angeles native has career National Basketball Association averages of 3.8 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 154 games with the Warriors, Timberwolves, and Grizzlies. They did not cross that threshold with the two signings, sources say.

The Cavs' future is Collin Sexton, Darius Garland, Kevin Porter Jr. and Cedi Osman.

The Cavs also scoured G League rosters, but didn't love the options, especially at wing - a position of need based on their roster makeup.

The team has converted Wade's two-way contact into a multi-year deal. Cleveland was one of the eight teams excluded from the restart in Orlando scheduled for late July. Now, it seems as though he's found a new home with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The 6-8, 216 pound big man from the University of OR had a solid start to his career, winning a NBA Championship with the Golden State Warriors in his rookie season. All NBA proceeds donated to charity.

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