Matthew Dellavedova’s incredible 2016 story is about to have another exciting chapter added to it, with the Cavaliers guard set to exercise his right as a restricted free agent and sign a lucrative four-year deal with the Milwaukee Bucks.
Fresh off claiming the NBA’s biggest prize, Dellavedova has signed a deal, reportedly worth US $38.4 million over four years.
While the Cavaliers now have until July 10 to match the Buck’s offer, it appears highly unlikely that they’ll opt to do so, with superstar LeBron James already wishing Dellavedova the best via his Twitter account.
“Congrats to my brother! @matthewdelly on his deal! Good luck in Milwaukee! Very deserving to you and your family,” he tweeted.
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