Cavaliers convert Brandon Goodwin’s contract to bilateral deal, waive Tacko Fall


CLEVELAND, Ohio – Brandon Goodwin, who joined the Cavaliers on Dec. 31 on a 10-day contract through the NBA Hardship Exception, will be staying much longer. The team converted the goalkeeper contract to a bilateral deal on Sunday. Following the move, the team relinquished the Tacko Fall center.

Goodwin has played three games with the Cavaliers and is averaging 7.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 4.7 assists in 22.7 minutes. In his first game for the Cavs on Dec. 31 against the Hawks, Goodwin had 13 points and six assists off the bench.

It was signed after Darius Garland entered NBA health and safety protocols and Ricky Rubio suffered an ACL tear on December 28.

Fall played 11 games for the Cavaliers, averaging 1.1 points and 2.1 rebounds in 5.4 minutes.

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