- Rodney Hood signs again with Cleveland Cavaliers
- Hood agreed on a $3.4 million and one-year deal extended by Cavaliers
- The basketball player was acquired by Cavaliers from Utah Jazz last February 8
Rodney Hood is no longer a free agent NBA player. On September 10, it has been reported that forward Hood has agreed to a qualifying offer by Cleveland Cavaliers.
KAMI has learned from NBA that Hood agreed on a $3.4 million and one-year deal made by Cavaliers on June 29. He was traded to Cleveland from Utah Jazz back on February 8, 2018.
During his first game with Cavaliers, Hood scored over 15 points in their match against Boston Celtics. This year, Cavaliers made it to the finals of NBA but Golden State Warriors bagged the championship.
Overall, Hood has an average points of 13, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists.
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