Published: Sat, January 12, 2019
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Patrick McCaw's National Basketball Association saga comes to a freakish end

Patrick McCaw's National Basketball Association saga comes to a freakish end

One day before his contract became guaranteed, Cleveland waived McCaw. It appears possible that the Cavs had no intention of keeping McCaw, and signed him to an offer sheet that they knew the Warriors would not match, with the intention of waiving him.

The Warriors are accusing of Cleveland of signing restricted free-agent Patrick McCaw with the understanding the Cavaliers would release him before his contract for this season became guaranteed January 6.

The Toronto Raptors are planning to sign Patrick McCaw for the rest of this season for the veteran's minimum of $786,000. It was a weird situation.

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The Raptors, who waived Lorenzo Brown on Monday, will welcome McCaw as a depth piece.

McCaw will go from the worst team in the Eastern Conference to the top team, although he won't face the Warriors this season - unless it's in the NBA Finals. It's a stretch, but owner Dan Gilbert certainly is not fond of Golden State. He also will, once again, be a restricted free agent in the summer of 2019. There is precedent for this, as back in 2000, the Minnesota Timberwolves lost five first-round picks due to their negotiations with free agent Joe Smith. Fines could range anywhere between $3 to $6 million as well as the loss of future first-round draft picks.

Two days after being released by the Cavs, former Warriors guard Patrick McCaw cleared waivers at 2 p.m. PT on Wednesday. Then, just before his deal would have become guaranteed, the Cavaliers abruptly cut him. The Cavs, who could have the No. 1 overall pick, could lose out on the generational talent that is Zion Williamson.

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