The Cavaliers informed point guard Ben Uzoh that they would not be extending another contract offer to him. His original 10-day deal with the team expired on Monday, and he is now a free agent once again.
Uzoh played a whopping 13 minutes with the Cavs and scored 4 points with 2 assists and 4 rebounds. He had a team-high PER of 21.3, 0.1 better than Kyrie Irving or as I like to say, roughly three and a half Ryan Hollins'.
By not offering Uzoh another deal, the Cavs have now opened up another roster spot. This could be valuable if they are looking to make a trade and get players in return. If there aren't any trades imminent, the Cavs can offer another unsigned player a 10-day contract. Manny Harris is tearing it up with the Canton Charge with games of 46 and 36 points this week.
The Cavs may also look to add depth in the front court to help cope with the loss of Anderson Varejao.
A signing could be made today, so keep an eye out for it.