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Sources: Cavaliers, Nik Stauskas Agree to Deal

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed guard Nik Stauskas to a deal for the remainder of the season, league sources told cleveland.com Monday morning.

Stauskas was first acquired by the Cavs in last week’s Rodney Hood trade. Two days later, Stauskas was sent to the Houston Rockets — part of the three-team deal involving Alec Burks. Then, prior to Thursday’s trade deadline, Houston shipped Stauskas to the Indiana Pacers, where he was ultimately waived.

Because he was traded once more by Houston after his brief stop in Cleveland and then waived by another team, in this case Indiana, the Cavs were able to sign him.

Source: Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com

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Sources: Nikola Vucevic Out at least Four Weeks with Right Ankle Injury

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Orlando Magic All-Star center Nikola Vucevic will miss a minimum of four weeks with right ankle injury, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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Sources: 76ers Never Offered Jimmy Butler Max Contract

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But on June 30, there was no five-year maximum offer for [Jimmy] Butler, multiple sources say. Perhaps the Sixers pivoted after learning of [Al] Horford’s interest in joining. Perhaps they were concerned about tension between Butler and some within the team, including on the coaching staff. Maybe those two things were interrelated. Like every team chasing Butler, they probably wondered how he would age.

Source: Zach Lowe of ESPN

 

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Report: Trail Blazers Waive Pau Gasol

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Portland has waived F/C Pau Gasol, per Gasol. He’s been unable to successfully rehab left foot following surgery. Blazers had protections in 1-year deal. Gasol, Blazers working on details of coaching role as future HOFer remains in Portland to rehab.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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