Matthew Dellavedova Has Appendicitis Surgery

Veteran guard Matthew Dellavedova underwent surgery today for acute appendicitis, the Cavaliers announced in a press release.

The condition was discovered after Dellavedova told the team’s medical staff he was feeling pain in his lower right abdomen. He is currently recovering, and the Cavs stated that status updates will be issued “as appropriate.”

The 30-year-old suffered a concussion during Cleveland’s first preseason game and hasn’t played yet this season. Earlier this month, he called it a “temporary setback” and said he has no plans to retire.

Dellavedova saw limited action for the Cavaliers last season, averaging 3.1 points and 3.2 assists in 57 games. He re-signed with the team on a one-year deal during the offseason.

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5 thoughts on “Matthew Dellavedova Has Appendicitis Surgery

  1. Sensitive Fanboy

    Quite the sequence of life happenings for Delly this season. Well wishes, hope to see him suit up in the NBA sometime soon.

  2. getoffmylawn

    Best wishes to Delly on his recovery from both appendicitis and his concussion. He’s as tough and hard-nosed as they come…a true Aussie!!!! That’s why we love him here in Cleveland. He gets as much out of his talent as any player in the league…may God bless you for a complete recovery from everything, mate!!!!

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