Alba Berlin announced the signing of Tyler Cavanaugh. T…

Alba Berlin announced the signing of Tyler Cavanaugh. The former NBA forward comes from Salt Lake City Stats where he averaged 17.8 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.6 assists last season.

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Emiliano Carchia: Former Hawks and Jazz forward Tyler Cavanaugh has an agreement in place with EuroLeague team Alba Berlin, a source told @Sportando. Cavanaugh has played 50 games in the NBA averaging 3.8 points and 2.7 rebounds
Tyler Cavanaugh's agent said he has turned down 11 NBA Summer League invitations thus far and it's unlikely the former Jamesville-DeWitt and George Washington star will play in the annual summer audition.
"We think he's done enough to warrant discussion in free agency," said Keith Glass, who represents Cavanaugh. "We wanted to see what the interest is. We've done that. We think he's done enough to demonstrate who he is. The Summer League is not going to change that."
Adrian Wojnarowski: The Atlanta Hawks are waiving forward Tyler Cavanaugh today, league sources tell ESPN. Circumstances of an early option date, ankle injury and coaching change will make him a free agent.
Michael Cunningham: Source confirms @Adrian Wojnarowski report Hawks to waive Tyler Cavanaugh. He's due $450k on Tues.
Bobby Marks: The Tyler Cavanaugh contract would have been guaranteed for $450K (out of $1.4M) if he was not waived by May 15. Not including their four draft picks in June, Atlanta now has 12 players under contract, including 3 on non-guaranteed contracts.
The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club has signed Josh Magette to a two-way contract, and has also signed Tyler Cavanaugh, it was announced today by General Manager and Head of Basketball Operations Travis Schlenk.
The Hawks signed Tyler Cavanaugh to a partial guaranteed rookie contract Friday. The undrafted forward out of George Washington will attend training camp and then likely will play for the Hawks’ NBA G League affiliate, the Erie BayHawks.
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