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John Holland
John Holland
Position: -
Born: 11/06/88
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Earnings: $163,766 ($169,246*)

Cleveland currently has two open roster spots and has a history of signing players on the final day of the regular season for the playoffs. Kendrick Perkins is still on the Cavs’ radar and remains a possibility, sources said. Perkins played for part of this season with Cleveland’s G League affiliate in Canton but left the organization in February. The Cavs could also sign White, or take “two way” player John Holland and sign him to an NBA contract.
Widely regarded as one of the best teammates in the NBA throughout his years in the league, Perkins has made a mark on many locker rooms. But never has he been “the guy” for everyone to look up to around the team as he is now with a group of 20-year olds around the room. “He brings so much to the team,” said Cavaliers and Charge two-way guard John Holland. “Just the knowledge from being around, everybody respects him and everyone learns so much from him. He’s like a coach on the court, he’s been in every situation so he knows everything you need to know.”
The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed guard/forward John Holland to a Two-Way Contract, Cavaliers General Manager Koby Altman announced on Friday from Cleveland Clinic Courts. Holland (6-5, 205) was the NBA G League Impact Player of the Year last season after appearing in 37 games (all starts) for the Canton Charge, the Cavaliers exclusively-owned G League Team. He averaged 22.9 points (seventh in the league), 4.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.5 steals in a league-high 38.9 minutes per game. Holland also shot .481 from the field, .346 from beyond the arc and .881 from the foul line, while helping the Charge reach the playoffs for the sixth consecutive season.
Former Canton Charge wingman John Holland will join the Cavaliers for training camp as a non-roster invitee, according to a team source. Holland, who is 6-5 and 27-years old out of Boston University, was waived by the Boston Celtics in August. The Celtics signed him off the Charge roster in April — he played in one postseason game for the Cs and didn’t score. He averaged 16 points and 3.1 rebounds per game for the Charge, the Cavs’ D-League affiliate.
Storyline: Training Camp Invitations
Friday will feature three more games, and by the end of the night, all 64 players here will have played twice. Everyone plays a third game on Saturday in a final day quadruple-header. Here are the players who stood out for me on Thursday: John Holland – Boston University. Drives, jumpers, ferocious attacks at the rim – Holland scored from all over the floor in what I thought was the best performance of the tournament so far. He got to the foul line, knocked down threes, and played active, aggressive defense. At 6’5, 195, Holland has the size, athleticism, and skill to go along with an attacking style and an ability and willingness to defend that should intrigue every scout here – at every level. He doesn’t have to have a monster night tonight, but if a few more drives, 3’s and trips to the line are in his quiver, his workout dance card will be full.