The cavalry will open the sale of the veteran veteran rhythm.

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 The cavalry will open the sale of the veteran veteran rhythm.


According to a joint report by renowned journalists Adrian Vonalowski and Mark Stern, the Cavaliers will kick off the sale of players.

According to people familiar with the matter, the Cavaliers have been testing the value of veteran striker Kowal in the market in the past few days. A number of teams were interested in getting him last summer, and now the Cavaliers are back in the negotiations.

The source also revealed that Kowal and JR had been told they would drop out of the rotation line-up just at the start of the season, and coach Lu, who was still in charge at the time, objected to the practice. He put the two players into the rotation line-up again, but the Cavaliers kept losing and finally Lu was dismissed.

In todays game, he is still in rotation, but only 3 points in 15 minutes. In the coming weeks, the Cavaliers will be looking more actively to trade other veterans in the team, according to people familiar with the matter. This season, the salary of the company is $7 million 500 thousand, and the salary guarantee for next season is $3 million 400 thousand. In six games this season, Kowal averaged just six points, but the shooting percentage was 57.9% and the outside line was 45.5%. Its okay to just look at the data efficiency. Kowal played 73 regular season games last season, averaging 9.2 points per game, with an overall shooting percentage of 45.9% and an outside target of 43.6%. In the summer, 76 people tried to trade the wall, but they never did. Source: NetEase sports writer: joeters editor: Ye Ling Yu _NBJS7282

In todays game, he is still in rotation, but only 3 points in 15 minutes.

In the coming weeks, the Cavaliers will be looking more actively to trade other veterans in the team, according to people familiar with the matter.

In six games this season, Kowal averaged just six points, but the shooting percentage was 57.9% and the outside line was 45.5%. Its okay to just look at the data efficiency.

Kowal played 73 regular season games last season, averaging 9.2 points per game, with an overall shooting percentage of 45.9% and an outside target of 43.6%.

In the summer, 76 people tried to trade the wall, but they never did.