Patrick McCaw signs two-year offer sheet with Cavaliers


Restricted free agent Patrick McCaw is signing a two-year, $6-million offer sheet with the Cleveland Cavaliers, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

The Cavs are reportedly signing McCaw to a two-year, $6 million non-guaranteed offer sheet, forcing the Warriors to either match the deal or waive him by January 7.

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The Golden State Warriors will have an opportunity to match the deal and reportedly remain intent on retaining McCaw despite his interest in playing elsewhere.

McCaw played in 128 regular games and started in 30 of them. Despite a sophomore slump, the 23-year-old shooting guard has plenty of upside and could thrive in the right role.

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Golden State was awaiting the electronic arrival of a signed offer sheet before it finalizes its decision on whether it'll match Cleveland's offer and retain McCaw, the source said.

McCaw never reported to training camp during the offseason, apparently holding out in the hopes that another team would offer him more than the Warriors' $1.7 million qualifying offer. He was traded to the Golden State Warriors on draft night and spent two seasons with the Warriors. Is he willing to change his attitude?

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