The Cavaliers are filling their open two-way contract slot by signing G League guard Levi Randolph to a two-way deal, league sources tell Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com (Twitter link). The team has issued a press release confirming the move is official.
Randolph, who went undrafted out of Alabama in 2015, has yet to appear in a regular-season NBA game, but has played professionally in the G League and in multiple international leagues over the last few years.
The 6’5″ guard spent last season with the Canton Charge, then returned to the Cavs’ G League affiliate this fall. In 20 NBAGL games (36.0 MPG) in 2019/20, he has averaged 15.3 PPG, 5.4 RPG, 2.8 APG, and 1.4 SPG with a .457/.373/.800 shooting line.
Randolph will join power forward Dean Wade as Cleveland’s second two-way player. He fills the opening created last week when the Cavs promoted Tyler Cook to the 15-man roster. Cook and Alfonzo McKinnie were waived today.