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The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed in principle to sign point guard Will Cherry to a two-year deal, sources told Yahoo Sports.
Cherry played for the Cavaliers’ summer league team this past off-season and their D-League Canton affiliate last season. The University of Montana star was recently cut by the Toronto Raptors after averaging 3.4 points in five preseason games. The Cavaliers cut guard A.J. Price on Saturday to make room for Cherry.
Cherry averaged 11.6 points and 4.5 assists for Erie last season after recovering from a fractured foot. The Oakland, Calif., native was undrafted out of Montana in 2013 largely due to the foot injury, but his stock rose after playing well in the D-League and summer league this year.