The Cleveland Cavaliers made two signings Monday, agreeing to multi-year deals with Dean Wade and free agent Jordan Bell.
Even though they will not be playing in the Bio-Dome plan in Orlando, the Cleveland Cavaliers made some moves Monday. The Cavs agreed to multi-year deals with Dean Wade and Jordan Bell.
Dean Wade appeared in 12 games with the Cavaliers last season as he bounced back and forth from the G-League. Wade averaged 1.7 PPG and 1.6 RPG in just under six minutes per game. Wade’s two-way contract was converted into a multi-year deal.
Jordan Bell is a three-year veteran who has played for three teams in his career. Bell spent two season in Golden State before playing for both Minnesota and Memphis this past season. Bell averages 3.8 PPG and 3.1 RPG in 12 MPG in his short three-year career. The former Oregon Duck was slightly better while with the Warriors when compared to his time with the Timberwolves and Grizzlies. However that can be said for a lot of players who play in Golden State and then move on to other teams.
With Monday’s signings, Cleveland’s roster is now at 15 (the NBA max) and they have managed to stay below the luxury tax threshold.