The Cleveland Cavaliers summer league roster is starting to take shape.
As noted by Kenny Klein, an SID at Louisville, Trey Lewis will play for the Cavaliers’ in Las Vegas. Lewis, who played for the Cardinals last year as a graduate transfer after starting his college career at Penn State before transferring to Cleveland State, is a 6’2”, 185 pound point guard. He went undrafted in the 2016 NBA Draft.
At 23, he’s an older prospect and averaged 11.3 points and and 2.3 assists while shooting 41.6 percent from the field. Lewis is also a native a Garfield Heights, Ohio, which is a suburb of Cleveland.
Lewis also took to Instagram to confirm signing with the Cavs:
What role Lewis will play on the summer league is unclear, as the roster could also feature Quinn Cook (who starred on the team last year and played for the Canton Charge) and draft pick Kay Felder. Due to his size, however, he could play some off-ball guard with the Cavs’ summer league team.
The Cavs kick off their summer league schedule on Friday, July 8 against the Milwaukee Bucks at 3 p.m.