Cavs still sticking with Rodney Hood

Cavs guard Rodney Hood is on a long list of restricted free agents who might be in for a dire summer. When Hood was eligible for an extension last fall, he did not come close to reaching a deal with the Jazz, then fell out of favor with the rise of Donovan Mitchell and was shuttled off to Cleveland, where he mostly bombed and was dropped from the rotation. His market value plummeted.
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But a source told Sporting News that the Cavs still intend to keep Hood, who is said to be a fallback option for the Bulls should their negotiations with shooting guard Zach LaVine fall apart. If Hood, who is only 25 and was averaging 16.8 points before the trade to Cleveland, gets an offer from Chicago or anyone, the Cavaliers Womens Michael Carter-Williams Jersey will match.

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