Former Capital City Go-Go Jordan Bell signs multi-year deal with Cleveland Cavaliers

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110 days ago, forward Jordan Bell was claimed by the Capital City Go-Go off of waivers after the team waived Stefan Jankovic due to a season ending injury. Now, it seems as though he's found a new home with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

According to Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com, Bell and the Cavaliers have agreed on a multi-year contract. 

The Cavaliers will officially be Bell's fourth team in 2019-20. The 25-year-old joined the Minnesota Timberwolves last offseason, then was traded to the Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies -- The Grizzlies cut him in March. 

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The  6-8, 216 pound big man from the University of Oregon had a solid start to his career, winning a NBA Championship with the Golden State Warriors in his rookie season. He averaged 4.6 points and 3.6 rebounds per game off the bench that year. 

Bell looks to join an already crowded front court in Cleveland that features Andre Drummond, Kevin Love, and Tristan Thompson. 

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Former Capital City Go-Go Jordan Bell signs multi-year deal with Cleveland Cavaliers originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington