Former Golden State Warriors guard Patrick McCaw set to join Toronto Raptors

Report: Warriors ask NBA to investigate Cavs' signing, release of Patrick McCaw

Report: Cavs Could Lose 1st-Round Draft Pick for Signing and Waiving Patrick McCaw

It's surely been a whirlwind couple days for McCaw.

Patrick McCaw was released by the Cavaliers earlier this week after just three games. The suspicious signing and waiving of the Warriors' former guard has drawn red flags which have led to the Golden State Warriors reportedly asking for an investigation, according to Marc Stein of the NY Times. It was a weird situation.

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While the Cavaliers followed all the rules, and can argue McCaw played poorly in what they viewed as an audition before his contract became guaranteed, it wasn't hard to find the circumstances a bit fishy.

The Warriors didn't match the offer, making McCaw a member of the Cavs. He also will, once again, be a restricted free agent in the summer of 2019.

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Pictured: Patrick McCaw #0 of the Golden State Warriors in action during the game between the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Golden State Warriors as part of 2017 NBA Global Games China at Universidade Center on October 5, 2017 in Shenzhen, China. It's a stretch, but owner Dan Gilbert certainly is not fond of Golden State.

The NBA is investigating the Cavs for possibility circumventing the salary cap after waiving McCaw. The pick would, per the CBA, be lost. Imagine this story: the NBA's worst team losing their top draft pick all because they made a decision to help out a third-string guard. Then, just before his deal would have become guaranteed, the Cavaliers abruptly cut him. After he cleared waivers, he was free to sign with any team. But the National Basketball Association should not even consider stripping away the first-round pick of the league's worst team, especially considering that is all Cavs fans have to look forward to at the end of this season. Matthew Dellavedova got hurt in McCaw's first game.

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