The Cleveland Cavaliers have taken the services of Ed Davis. The franchise has announced the incorporation of the power forward (not the conditions of the same), which comes to reinforce an internal rotation that is already quite wide, which makes it difficult to foresee what role he will occupy in the Bickerstaff squad .
Davis comes from spending the last season in the Minnesota Timberwolves, with whom he played 23 games, 7 of them as a starter. In these meetings he averaged 2.1 points and 5 rebounds in 13 minutes, not very striking numbers that he will try to improve in this new stage. However, the truth is that Ed has never been a player with dazzling statistics, although in other phases of his career he has managed to stand out for his effort and work in the shadows.
On the other hand, the Cavs have also announced the arrival of Justin James, who for his part has signed an agreement just for him training camp, although it could become part of the definitive staff if the franchise so wishes. James played 36 games for the Kings last season, averaging 3.9 points on a 36.8% shooting range.
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