Storyline: Jordan McRae Free Agency

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The name of Jordan McRae has been mentioned before, however according to “Noticias De Alava” he is currently the favorite to sign for one of the two roster spots for non European players, which are still open in the team. There have been also reports about a possible deal with the player, still one of the main issues in Baskonia remains the future of Adam Hanga and without a conclusion in this serial, nothing else can be completed. One week ago the talks between Baskonia and Barcelona about Hanga picked up speed, but at this point Hanga there’s no deal for a possible transfer.

The Cavaliers will sign guard Jordan McRae to a 10-day contract, a league source confirmed. They need him as an extra practice body given some of their injuries. McRae spent time this season with the Phoenix Suns, but has spent the bulk of his season with the Delaware 87ers, the Philadelphia 76ers’ Development League affiliate. He scored a D-League record with 61 points last month in an overtime victory against the Cavs’ affiliate, the Canton Charge.
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Chris Kaman will join a special club this year: He’s being inducted into the Grand Rapids Sports Hall of Fame. Kaman played basketball for Tri-Unity Christian High School, then Central Michigan University. He was drafted to the NBA in 2003 and spent 13 years there. “I think I was just blessed,” Kaman said. “I always dreamed of it … I did not know I was any good at basketball until my third year of college when we played Michigan at Michigan and we beat them. I had a really good game and everybody was talking about it. I wouldn’t have thought I could go to the NBA.”