Cavs Sign Manny Harris To 10-Day Contract

The Cavaliers have signed Manny Harris to a 10-day contract, according to Tom Reed and Mary Schmitt Boyer of the Cleveland Plain Dealer (Twitter link). Owner Dan Gilbert first broke the news, tweeting "Manny back in the house! Welcome back Wolverine….."

Harris, who was just named the D-League's Performer of the Week for a second time this season, has averaged 21.4 points and 7.9 rebounds in 17 games (32.9 MPG) for the Canton Charge. He was on the Cavs' roster for most of last season, logging 17.3 minutes per game in 54 contests for the club, but was released just before this season began.

D-League expert Scott Schroeder of Ridiculous Upside questions whether Harris was the best candidate for a call-up, noting that the Cavs know what Harris is capable of and already waived him once (Twitter links).

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3 thoughts on “Cavs Sign Manny Harris To 10-Day Contract

  1. Conjecture101

    Scott Schroeder isn’t an expert if he questions Manny Harris. Anyone who knows basketball at all, knows this kid is the real deal. The only reason he’s not on the team to begin with is because they have too many guards.

  2. Christopher

    Thank God…can we move around the line up some and get Manny on the floor–he can score and be solid at the 2/3


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