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The Cavaliers have signed shooting guard Levi Randolph, a league source told AmicoHoops on Tuesday.
Randolph is most likely headed for the G-League and not training camp, as the Cavs continue to sign a flurry of players to audition with the Canton Charge.
It is all part of general manager Koby Altman’s plan, with Altman starting off the summer by saying the Cavaliers are now in the player-development business.
Randolph is 6-foot-6 and played all four seasons in college at Alabama (2011-15). He landed with the G-League’s Maine Red Claws after going undrafted in 2015, and has since played two years in Italy and last year in France.
He averaged 8.6 points and 2.5 rebounds in 22 games for Strasbourg IG last season. He then played for the Indiana Pacers’ summer-league squad in July.
Along with Randolph, the Cavs have recently signed guard Kobi Simmons, swingman Bonzi Colson Jr. and forward JaCorey Williams, and signed and released guard Scoochie Smith and Isaac Hamilton. With the exception of perhaps Simmons, none of those players are expected to stick on the Cavs’ roster.
The four-time defending Eastern Conference champion Cavaliers will release their official camp roster on media day Monday and begin actual training camp the next day.
The Randolph signing was initially listed on the RealGM transactions log.