Patrick McCaw, Cavs Agree To 2-Year, $6M Offer Sheet

Virginia Santiago
December 30, 2018

McCaw, 23, allowed a $1.71 million qualifying offer from the Warriors to expire before the season.

A report last week from Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports stated that the Warriors were prepared to match any offer sheet for restricted free agent Patrick McCaw. The Warriors or Cavs could waive McCaw before January 7, and they wouldn't be liable for the rest of his salary.

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McCaw averaged four points and 1.4 rebounds while shooting under 30 percent from three in his two seasons with Golden State.

McCaw is 6-foot-7 and averaged 4.0 points in each of his first two seasons, appearing in 57 games a year ago.

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The Warriors, who have until January 7 to make a decision on the offer sheet, appear to be unlikely to match.

A league source told ESPN it is a non-guaranteed, two-year deal worth $6 million. Per ESPN's Bobby Marks, keeping McCaw would cost Golden State $11.3 million in luxury tax. No word from the Warriors yet, but we should expect something from Golden State. Even as the standoff dragged on, the Warriors kept his nameplate up in the Oracle Arena home locker room, where it still hung, right next to Steph Curry's locker, as recently as Thursday night.

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