The Cavaliers have waived Manny Harris, the team announced today in a press release. Harris had a non-guaranteed contract for the coming season, so the Cavs won't be on the hook for any of his 2012/13 salary.
Cleveland signed Harris to a rest-of-season deal after the trade deadline, following a pair of 10-day contracts. In 26 total games for the Cavs, Harris averaged 6.7 points on 40% shooting. He'll become an unrestricted free agent when he clears waivers, which won't happen for a week, as our Glossary entry on the waiver process notes.
Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio tweets that the transaction suggests another move is on the way for the Cavs. It's possible that move is to finalize a deal with undrafted rookie Kevin Jones, who reportedly reached an agreement with Cleveland over the weekend.