On Sunday, the Cavs waived McCaw after three games in Cleveland ahead of a deadline that would have guaranteed his contract.
Reports emerged Tuesday that - at the request of the Warriors - the National Basketball Association is investigating the circumstances of McCaw's signing and release in Cleveland. McCaw is set to clear waivers Wednesday and become an unrestricted free agent. He reportedly turned down a two-year, $5 million deal from the team along with its $1.71 million qualifying offer.
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McCaw accepted the offer sheet, and the Warriors then were given the option to match it.
McCaw averaged 4.0 points per game over 128 National Basketball Association regular season games. Under the terms of the deal, McCaw will make the minimum salary (less than he would have made had he stayed with Golden State).
The Cavs did in fact released him, and now McCaw is free to sign anywhere.
Now, McCaw joins Toronto's bench as the Raptors pursue an Eastern Conference championship. He also will, once again, be a restricted free agent in the summer of 2019.
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The Warrior filed a request with the National Basketball Association to investigate whether the transactions qualified as salary-cap circumvention.
Few athletes have had a month stranger than the one Patrick McCaw just had. But McCaw lasted less than 10 days with the Cavs.
If the Cavs were convicted and lose their 2019 first-round pick, the entire landscape of the National Basketball Association could be shaken up.
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