Matthew Dellavedova, Re-sign With The Cavaliers, Agreed A 1 Year " $1.2 Million" Deal

After a several days of negotiation, finally a done deal has been agreed. Australian point guard Matthew Dellavedova, finally agreed in  a 1 year deal worth $1.2 million to re-sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The Australian back up point guard who takes a spot light in the post season where the main point guard all star Kyrie Irving , has been out due to knee injury.

Dellavedova, takes the challenge of replacing Kyrie Irving, he play aggressively, pure hustle, as he shine as a hero aside from LeBron James.

Cavaliers fans, embracing dellavedova’s effort in the NBA Finals. Giving his all, defending the reigning MVP Stephen Curry, where at some point , Curry cannot put away Dellavedova.

Even though the Cavaliers lost in the finals, Cavaliers management want Dellavedova back for another run for the finals. After he prove to the world that he belongs in the NBA.

Cavaliers fans love Matthew Dellavedova, he is a tough player and they need him. Despite Mo Williams, returns as a Cavaliers, Dellavedova, will likely the 3rd options as point guard.

Dellavedova, averaging  4.8 points and 3.0 assists while shooting 40.7 percent from 3-point range during the regular season. While  in the post season he is averaging  7.2 points and 2.7 assists,  his most noted games is 19 points in a series-clinching win in Chicago in the second round and 20 points in the Cavs' Game 3 win over Golden State which they take the series  up 2-1 in the Finals.

Meanwhile, JR Smith and Tristan Thompson are still having conversation about on re-signing with the Cavs, until now there is no done deal as further negotiations are going.

Smith and Thompson are two of the most important pieces of the Cleveland Cavaliers success in getting in the finals, with them getting back as Cavaliers,  it will be a great chance for the cavaliers to return again to the Finals.