The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed 22 year old Cedi Osman to a contract, and he might be just what the team needed off the bench.
The Cleveland Cavaliers allowed Jamal Crawford to sign with the Minnesota Timberwolves so that they can pursue Cedi Osman. Will the decision backfire?
Matthew Dellavedova is grateful for David Blatt, Skyenga is still taking flight, Cedi Osman is waiting in the wings, and Super Bowl 50 tickets are crazy expensive.
The Cleveland Cavaliers elected to trade out of the first round of the 2015 NBA Draft. They technically took Duke point guard Tyus Jones with the No. 24 pick, but that was a compliance-driven charade1 — after taking Jones, they were free to trade him anywhere they pleased. They sent him to the Minnesota Timberwolves
After trading the No. 24 pick Tyus Jones to the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Cavaliers made a trio of selections in the second round. With the 31st pick, the Cavaliers went international in a likely draft stash by drafting guard/forward Cedi Osman out of Turkey. They followed that up by drafting a more familiar name in Syracuse