Published: Tue, January 01, 2019
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Warriors decline to match Cavs' offer for McCaw

Warriors decline to match Cavs' offer for McCaw

Because they hold his rights, the Warriors have the option of either matching the Cavs offer and retaining McCaw, or letting him walk.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed Golden State Warriors restricted free agent Patrick McCaw to a multiyear offer sheet, the team announced Friday.

McCaw played in 57 games for the Warriors previous year, making 10 starts.

The Cavaliers or Warriors could waive McCaw before January 7 and not be responsible for paying the remainder of his contract. Per Bobby Marks, the Warriors tax bill would increase from $50.3 million to $61.6 million if they were to match the offer for McCaw, meaning there is a major financial decision on the horizon for the two-time defending champions.

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

The No. 38 pick in the 2016 National Basketball Association draft is averaging four points and 1.4 rebounds per game in his career.

Last week, Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports reported that the Warriors plan to match any offer that McCaw would receive on the open market.

A person familiar with the terms told The Associated Press that the Cavs' offer to McCaw was for two years and $6 million.

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