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Colleague Sam Amico told gave you all the details and the data on the newest member of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Okaro White, earlier today.
What exactly does the 6-foot-8, 204-pound former Florida State University star, signed to a 10-day contract by the Cavaliers (40-29), bring to the table?
Let’s take a look at White, 25, on video during his days with the Miami Heat:
Much has been made of the Cavaliers needing help in the post, with Larry Nance Jr. (right hamstring), Tristan Thompson (right ankle) and five-time All-Star Kevin Love (left hand) all currently sidelined.
Here’s an in-depth look at White playing center for Miami, courtesy of Miami Heat Beat.
According to former NBA executive Bobby Marks, now of ESPN, adding White to the roster will be a costly move for Cleveland.
The finances on the Okaro White 10-Day in Cleveland is $353,298 in additional tax penalties. White will earn $74,159 with $83,129 ($4.25-for-$1) counting towards the tax. Cleveland now has a tax bill of $50.71M.
— Bobby Marks (@BobbyMarks42) March 18, 2018