Aussie NBA guard, certified rollercoaster enthusiast and Corona destroyer Matthew Dellavedova is reportedly leaving the championship-winning Cleveland Cavaliers for Milwaukee, after the Bucks offered a stonking AU $51.2 million for his services over four years.
ESPN report the Cavs have three days to veto the deal on the restricted free agent, but the team’s / league’s / sport’s current main man has already bid his ‘Strayan buddy a fond farewell online.
Congrats to my brother! @matthewdelly on his deal! Good luck in Milwaukee! Very deserving to you and your family. 1
— LeBron James (@KingJames) July 1, 2016
Sources say Milwaukee had been scouting the dude for quite some time, and coach Jason Kidd was even present during a finals game.
While Delly didn’t have a massive amount of playtime in the finals, the Cav’s eventual victory over the Golden State Warriors capped off his career-best season.
The move will also see the 25-year-old line up against fellow Aussie Thon Maker, who was snatched up by the Bucks at #10 on the NBA Draft.
Good luck, dude.