Published: Thu, January 03, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Warriors unlikely to match offer for RFA McCaw

Warriors unlikely to match offer for RFA McCaw

But matching this offer would launch the Dubs even further into the luxury tax, as was clarified by ESPN's Bobby Marks. McCaw had reportedly received an offer from the Warriors this offseason of two years and $5.2 million.

In his first two seasons in the NBA, McCaw won two titles with the Warriors, averaging 4.0 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 128 games. McCaw also played in 21 postseason games (three starts) for the Warriors.

"It completely befuddles me". According to ESPN, it is a non-guaranteed, two-year deal for a total of $6 million.

Despite everything leading up to this offer sheet suggesting that the Warriors would match everything, it turns out that they may have been bluffing and it might not make the most sense for them to bring him back at $3 million a year.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed restricted free agent guard Patrick McCaw to a multi-year offer sheet, Cavaliers General Manager Koby Altman announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts.

Now would McCaw's motivation be the same in Cleveland? Because he's a restricted free agent, McCaw and the Cavs must now wait and see the Warrior, who hold his rights, decide to do. But if McCaw were to prove himself with the Cleveland Cavaliers, he could be a useful piece on what may be an up-and-coming team a couple years from now.

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