The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed an unsecured contract to free agent Tre Scott in preparation for his participation in the training camp of the franchise, according to the media Real GM.
Scott, 24, was not drafted in the 2020 draft after completing his four years of college at Cincinnati. In his final year, he would be awarded the Defender of the Year and Most Improved Player of the Year awards. American Athletic Conference.
After that he would sign a contract Exhibit 10 with the Utah Jazz. However, he would be cut a few days later and would join the Development League affiliate team, the Salt Lake City Stars, for the season. There he would average 10.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 29.3 minutes. Last month it would be part of the roster of the Cavaliers themselves during the Summer League from Las Vegas.
While the Cavs only have ten players under a guaranteed contract, Scott will mark the sixth unsecured deal currently on the payroll, so the training camp it will emerge as a struggle to complete the roster. However, the Ohio franchise has not yet signed a dual agreement, so the opportunities are expanding.
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