Matthew Dellavedova locks in another year with Cleveland Cavaliers

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Matthew Dellavedova has agreed to a deal to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, league sources told ESPN.

The Australian guard will sign a one-year, minimum deal with the Cavaliers.

Dellavedova, 30, averaged 3.1 points and 3.2 assists per game over the course of the 2019-20 regular season for the Cavaliers, the team he's spent the most-part of his career with.

The native of Maryborough, Victoria went undrafted in 2013, but signed with the Cavaliers after a successful NBA Summer League stint with the team. He helped the team, led by LeBron James, to an NBA Championship in 2016.

Dellavedova then signed a four-year deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, with the combo guard traded back to the Cavaliers after two seasons.

Dellavedova's re-signing sees him return to a back-court rotation that features Collin Sexton, Darius Garland, and Danté Exum.

The 2020-21 regular season is set to tip-off on December 22 (ET).