The Cavs are going to waive Andrew Bogut
Bogut broke his leg during his first game with Cleveland.
Andrew Bogut’s time with the Cleveland Cavaliers will soon be at an end.
According to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, the Cavs will waive Bogut in order to free up a roster spot. Per McMenamin’s report, the Cavaliers could waive another player – most likely guard DeAndre Liggins – in order to lessen the costs with associated signing Bogut. The veteran center cost the Cavs nearly $1 million in salary and luxury tax fees. Signing another player for the rest of the season would cost roughly the same.