The Cavaliers have trimmed their offseason roster by one, announcing today in a press release that they’ve waived camp invitee Levi Randolph. He’ll become an unrestricted free agent on Friday, once he clears waivers.
Randolph, who went undrafted out of Alabama in 2015, played in the G League and in international leagues to start his career, spending time with the Maine Red Claws and with clubs in Italy and France.
Before joining the Cavs for camp, the 6’6″ shooting guard played for the Pacers’ Summer League team in July. He finished the 2017/18 campaign with French club SIG Strasbourg, averaging 8.6 PPG and 2.5 RPG in 22 French League games (19.5 MPG). Randolph appeared in two preseason games for Cleveland.
The Cavs now have 19 players under contract and will need to make a couple more cuts to get down to the regular season roster limit by next week.