All of the players for the Cleveland Cavaliers are having great, laid back summer breaks.
But some of them are having a better time than others.
Take Cedi Osman, for example: the Turkish forward isn’t just enjoying long summer nights lately but he also just got married.
Congratulations, Cedi & Ebru ❤️✨
📸: IG/cediosman pic.twitter.com/ajPzv6ugqQ
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) July 3, 2022
Osman took to social media to announce that he and his fiancee, Ebru Sahin, tied the knot recently.
The Twitter account for the Cavs celebrated the big day, posting a pic of the two newlyweds.
It was a very sweet and touching moment for the young player – but it might be his last for a while as the team sorts itself out and figures out just where Osman fits on it.
Osman Going Onward
He has been part of the Cavs since the 2017 season but his output has decreased more and more over time.
In his second year, he started in 75 of his 76 games and played for an average of 32.2 minutes.
But in this last season, Osman only started in 3 of his 66 games and was on the court for just 22.2 minutes.
This is a sign that the team around Osman has gotten a whole lot better over the last few seasons, leaving less and less room for him.
In the last season, Osman had an average of 10 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.1 assists.
If he hopes to get more time on the floor, he will need to put up numbers bigger than that.
But that’s tough because the Cavs are getting much better and are starting to formulate a squad that they come back to again and again – one that doesn’t rely on Osman as much.