The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed Golden State Warriors restricted free agent Patrick McCaw to a multiyear Deal sheet, the Cavs announced Friday.

A league source told ESPN this is a non-guaranteed, two-year price worth $6 million.

Golden State was awaiting the electronic arrival of a signed offer sheet until it finalizes its decision to if it’s going match Cleveland’s offer and maintain McCaw, the source said.

The deal will probably cover McCaw $3 million in each of the next two seasons, but the Cavs or even Warriors could reevaluate McCaw until Jan. 7 and perhaps maybe never be liable because of his remaining salary.

In case Golden State elects to fit the offer sheet, it’d cost the team $11.3 million against the luxury tax, based on ESPN’s Bobby Marks.

McCaw declined a two-year, $5.2 million offer by Golden State, a source told The Undefeated’s Marc J. Spears at October.

He had been sidelined for almost two weeks using a bone bruise in his back near the finish of last season following having a horrible fall during a game at Sacramento.

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