Cavaliers they hope to bring back anderson Varejao for a final leg in his career and a proper sendoff, according to a report from The Athletic.
Varejao, 38, last played in the NBA with the Golden
Warriors in the 2016-17 season.
He spent the next two seasons playing for him. Flamengo in the professional league of Brazil, but he’s been out of basketball ever since.
Varejao spent his first 12 seasons with the Cavaliers, averaging 7.6 points and 7.5 rebounds in 591 games (208 as a starter).
With their staff at the limit, Cavaliers they are looking for an exception to clear the way for Varejao to join the team on a 10-day contract to end the season.
The Cavaliers They play their last home game on May 12 against Boston and end the season on May 16 in Brooklyn.
Teams can request the difficulty exception if they have four players who miss at least three games and will be out for two more weeks. They won’t be able to count on Dylan Windler (knee surgery) or with Taurean Prince (ankle operated) for the rest of the season. Matthew Dellavedova he has dealt with a number of injuries throughout the season and is not expected to return.
Isaiah Hartenstein (concussion), Lamar Stevens (concussion) and Larry Nance Jr. (fractured right thumb) have missed the last three games. Closing any of those three for the season would fill the requirement for the Cavaliers to seek the exception.