The Hawks signed forward Tyler Cavanaugh to a two-way to shore up their depleted frontcourt. He joined the team before its game at the Cavaliers on Sunday. The Hawks signed Cavanaugh in September and waived him prior to training camp. He subsequently signed with the team’s G-League affiliate in Erie, Pa.. Cavanaugh said Erie’s team runs an “identical” system to the Hawks. Coach Mike Budenholzer said Cavanaugh can contribute right away. “He has continued to work on all the things we’ve been doing,” Budenholzer said. “He was good for us in the preseason and it will be nice to have him ready and willing to help.” Cavanaugh, 23, wasn’t selected in the 2017 draft after playing collegiately at George Washington and Wake Forest.
Hawks sign Cavanaugh to shore up depleted frontcourt
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Nov 6