Fast Breaks: Korver, Allen, Jazz, Meeks

Cavaliers swingman Kyle Korver has officially rejoined the team.
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Free agent swingman Kyle Korver will officially return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, as the team made the announcement Wednesday.

While NBA teams don’t release contract details, Amico Hoops earlier reported that Korver’s deal is for three years and in the vicinity of $22 million.

Korver, 36, will be pushing 40 years old when the deal is complete, but as a spot-up shooter, age shouldn’t be a major issue.

He came over in a mid-season trade with the Atlanta Hawks, and averaged 10.1 points on 46 percent shooting in 67 total games. His scoring dipped to 5.8 points per game in the playoffs.

The third year of Korver’s contract is only partially guaranteed, according to reports.

Here’s lots more from around the NBA: 

  • The Minnesota Timberwolves and Los Angeles Clippers have emerged as two teams with interested in free agent swingman Tony Allen (Memphis Grizzlies), according to ESPN. As the website noted, both Timberwolves coach Tom Thibodeau and Clippers coach Doc Rivers have ties to Allen from when all three were together with the Boston Celtics.
  • Free agent forward Luc Mbah a Moute (Clippers) has drawn interest from the Toronto Raptors, according to a report from Rogers Sportsnet.
  • Free agent forward Jonas Jerebko (Celtics) has signed a two-year contact worth $8.2 million with the Utah Jazz, according to ESPN. Jerebko joined swingman Thabo Sefolosha (Atlanta Hawks) as the Jazz signed two free agents in one day.
  • According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the Jazz plan to trade or waive forward Boris Diaw to make room for the newcomers.
  • The Charlotte Hornets are eyeing free agent center Jordan Hill, according to the Sporting News.
  • Free agent forward Omri Casspi (Pelicans) has officially signed with the Golden State Warriors. The deal is believed to be for one year at the veteran’s minimum.
  • Free agent guard Jodie Meeks has signed with the Washington Wizards, per the team. The contract is reportedly for two years and $7 million.