The Cleveland Cavaliers have waived Erie BayHawks forward Kyle Goldcamp, who starred at Gannon University, and Canton Charge forward Tyrell Biggs, who played college basketball at Pitt.
The Cavaliers announced it today.
The Cavaliers now have 17 players in training camp with one being BayHawks forward Mychel Thompson. NBA teams can have 15 total players with 13 being on the roster. It used to be 12 players.
Goldcamp joined the Cavaliers on the first day of training camp after being invited by the team’s director of player personnel, Wes Wilcox, who is also the general manager of the expansion Charge.
He was invited six hours before Erie played Canton.
The BayHawks lost that game, 101-98.
The 6-foot, 10-inch, 250-pound Goldcamp missed five games while with the Cavaliers. Erie went 2-3 in those games.
Goldcamp must clear NBA waivers so he won’t play in today’s game at Maine, but should be back for Friday’s game against Tulsa at Tullio Arena. That will give Erie 10 players.