A lot of historic NBA players have come and gone through the Cleveland Cavaliers over the years, especially over the last decade.
Some remain for a long time, others move on to other teams after only briefly a part of the squad.
And some of these players remain in our minds for a long time while others disappear from your consciousness after they leave Cleveland.
Former Cleveland Cavaliers guard Matthew Dellavedova is working out with the Sacramento Kings in Vegas, in hopes of making a return to the NBA. Delly played for Melbourne United in Australia last season. He got his NBA start in CLE playing for coach Mike Brown, who is now w/ SAC
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) July 9, 2022
Matthew Dellavedova might be one of those players that you think of fondly quite often.
And there may be reason to recall what he did with the team – because he could be coming back.
It is being reported that the former Cavaliers guard is working out with the Sacramento Kings in Vegas, hoping to make a return to the NBA.
For the last few years, Dellavedova has been playing for Melbourne United in his native Australia.
Before that, he spent most of his time in the NBA playing for the Cavs and the Milwaukee Bucks.
Back To Balling
Dellavedova didn’t ever blow up the scoreboard, instead averaging 5.5 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 3.7 assists a game during his eight years in the league.
However, he was also part of the championship Cavs team that won it all back in 2016.
Because of that, people hold him in high regard.
During the playoffs of that year, Delly made a few clutch and important plays and was just one of many guys on the squad who stepped up as the championship approached and victory seemed possible.
Dellavedova is just 31 years old which means he still has some gas in the tank and could be a good bench guard for a number of teams within the NBA.
Now the question is if any front office decides to bring him back from down under.