Cavs coach Larry Drew says he has always loved Patrick McCaw’s game

Cavs coach Larry Drew says he has always loved Patrick McCaw’s game

Cavs coach Larry Drew says he has always loved Patrick McCaw’s game

The guard refused to sign his term sheet with the Warriors over the offseason and has been without the team for the entirety of the season.

McCaw appears more than ready to move on from the Warriors, and had been negotiating with other teams as the season progressed.

That's just what they've provided to us on this Friday morning, as Adrian Wojnarowski has just reported that Warriors restricted agent Patrick McCaw is signing an offer sheet with the Cavs.

McCaw played in 57 games for the Warriors a year ago, making 10 starts. Though previous reports have indicated Golden State's desire to match, a two-year offer probably makes that less likely.

McCaw, 23, was a pleasant surprise for the Warriors during their 2017 championship run, but injuries and sticky contract negotiations have prevented him from playing a second of National Basketball Association action this season.

If Golden State elects to match the offer sheet, it would cost the team $11.3 million against the luxury tax, according to ESPN's Bobby Marks.

In two seasons with the Warriors, McCaw, who played his college ball at UNLV, averaged four points per game while playing 16 minutes off the bench a night.

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