The Cleveland Cavaliers made a roster move Monday, by waiving guard Levi Randolph after signing him to a two-way contract just one week ago.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have waived Levi Randolph.
Cleveland signed Levi Randolph to a two-way contract on January 6th. This signing occurred on the same day of the team waiving Tyler Cook and Alfonzo Mckinnie. Tyler Cook and Alfonzo McKinnnie have since re-signed with the team.
Levi Randolph has not appeared with the Cavaliers. Randolph’s time is in the NBA G-League with the Canton Charge. Randolph has appeared in 22 games for Canton, averaging 15.6 points, 5.9 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.2 steals in 36.3 minutes per game. The 27-year old guard has been with Canton for the past two seasons. Randolph spent the 2015-16 season with the Maine Red Claws before playing overseas for from 2016-2018.
This seems like a waive and sign scenario that will continue for the remainder of the season. The Cavaliers could be making some trades in the near future and playing with roster spots with 10-day and two-way contracts. This is similar to what happened last season with the flurry of trades from Cleveland. It could very well happen again this season.