Former Warrior Patrick McCaw plans to sign with Raptors

Patrick Mc Caw has reportedly agreed to play for the Toronto Raptors. More

Patrick Mc Caw has reportedly agreed to play for the Toronto Raptors. More

But McCaw lasted less than 10 days with the Cavs.

The Cavs recently signed McCaw to a two-year, $6 million offer sheet.

Following a holdout in Golden State, McCaw signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers, but was waived after just three games, which could ultimately cost The Land a draft pick as punishment.

Now, according to Yahoo's Shams Charania, McCaw will sign a one-year contract with Toronto for the veteran's minimum of $786,000. It was a weird situation.

He reportedly reached a deal with the Eastern Conference-contending Toronto Raptors on Wednesday.

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McCaw has appeared in 131 career games with Golden State and Cleveland, averaging 3.9 points, 1.2 assists and 15.9 minutes, and was a member of the Warriors' 2017 and 2018 National Basketball Association championship squads.

After waiving McCaw, the Cavs, who are now dealing with several injuries, went out and signed point guard Cameron Payne to shore up their ranks at the point guard position. McCaw showed flashes in a limited role for the Warriors in his first two seasons and is yet another young wing with plenty of length for the Raptors to add to their deep rotation.

The Raptors, who waived Lorenzo Brown on Monday, will welcome McCaw as a depth piece. It's a stretch, but owner Dan Gilbert certainly is not fond of Golden State.

If the Cavs were convicted and lose their 2019 first-round pick, the entire landscape of the National Basketball Association could be shaken up. Unless the National Basketball Association is able to locate evidence that the Cavs meant to release McCaw after signing him, they have no proof the team was circumventing the CBA. Namely, the Cavs could be fined and be lose their first-round pick. It's also reportedly the Cavs might re-sign McCaw, making his non-guaranteed deal seem even sketchier.

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