The Cleveland Cavaliers and forward Cedi Osman have agreed to a new multi-year contract extension, Cavaliers General Manager Koby Altman announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released. “Cedi epitomizes everything it means to be a Cavalier and we’re excited to sign him to this extension,” said Altman. “His work ethic and commitment to this organization and community are qualities we admire in a player. Cedi has also demonstrated daily his desire to expand his overall skill-set and we look forward to seeing his continued growth and development.”
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Brian Windhorst: Cedi Osman has agreed to a 4-year, $30.8 million extension with Cavs sources said. Final year of the deal is nonguaranteed (@Marc Stein first reported agreement).
Bobby Marks: The Cedi Osman extension starts at $8.6M and decreases each season. The Cavaliers lose $3.1M in flexibility next season but locking Osman up now makes sense for both sides.
Marc Stein: Cedi Osman has agreed to a four-year, $31 million contract extension with the Cavaliers, his agents Jeff Schwartz and Jordan Gertler of @excelsm tell @NYTSports
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June 25, 2022 | 10:27 am EDT Update
Keith Smith: Today’s the deadline for the Oklahoma City Thunder to exercise their 22-23 team option for Isaiah Roby. If the Thunder pick up that option, Roby’s contract then becomes non-guaranteed with a July 3 fully guaranteed date. If OKC declines the option, Roby will be eligible for RFA.
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June 25, 2022 | 6:51 am EDT Update
But whatever the case, teams are reportedly making preparations for the Nets star potentially being available in the coming days. That’s according to ESPN insider Zach Lowe on a post-NBA draft episode of his Lowe Post podcast: “I can tell you this. This is what teams are doing. Teams are already operating under, not the assumption, but ‘we need to prepare for the contingency that Kevin Durant is available via trade in six days or seven days.’ … The whole league is now.”
Rumors have it that if Irving ends up leaving the Nets, Durant could also ask out. For Windhorst, trying to trade for KD after the Irving situation blew up would be something the Heat could do. “The godfather move is not to trade for Kyrie Irving. The godfather move is to let the Kyrie Irving situation to blow up and then wait for Kevin Durant to say he wants out of there. That’s the Miami Heat move,” Windhorst said on ESPN’s Get Up.