Patrick McCaw signs two-year offer sheet with Cavaliers

Jo Caldwell
January 1, 2019

The deal is non-guaranteed, which means Cleveland doesn't have to make a decision on keeping McCaw on its roster at a pro-rated $3 million for the rest of the season until January 7.

The Golden State Warriors did not match the Cleveland Cavaliers' offer sheet for restricted free agent Patrick McCaw, parting ways with the third-year forward after only two seasons with the team. McCaw's 2019-20 contract is non-guaranteed for $3 million.

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McCaw can not get traded this season once his contract becomes guaranteed after January 7th. The club now has the final roster spot open, but with questions at the center spot, and DeMarcus Cousins still working his way through his rehab, the Warriors have decisions to make when it comes to the back end of the roster.

McCaw did not accept Golden State's $1.7 million qualifying offer and also reportedly rejected a two-year, $5 million contract from the team in early October.

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McCaw, 23, averaged 4.0 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 57 games last season, his second in the National Basketball Association.

It has not yet been determined how long it will be before McCaw can return to game action after sitting out the season's first three months.

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