The American retired professional basketball player Raja Bell has notified Northeast Ohio Media Group (NEOMG) that he is determined to give up his position with Cleveland Cavaliers. Bell was announced as the team’s Director of Player Administration on Oct. 1, 2014.
Not even a year is spent for the 38-year-old shooting guard positioned six feet and five inches former player with Cleveland Cavaliers, and he is ready to leave his prestigious position for the purpose of spending time with his family members.
“I had so much fun with those boys and the Cavaliers’ organization, but it was just time to be with my family. It was the right thing to do right now, but I definitely enjoyed my time there,” Bell said to NEOMG, as confirmed by Cleveland.com.
The outlet also informed that Cleveland Cavaliers is going to bring another former American professional basketball player Trajan Langdon to fill the void to be created by Bell. The 39-year-old Langdon is the son of Dr. Steve Langdon, who is a professor of anthropology at the University of Alaska Anchorage and is best known for his work with the southeastern Alaska’s Tlingit people.
Meanwhile, Sports World Report has informed that the Canadian basketball player Tristan Thompson is not yet close to a contract extension with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The basketball experts and critics believe that the things could lead the power forward and center positioned Thompson to sign his qualifying offer over a long-term deal.
The team is said to be in talks with the six feet and nine inches Thompson for the last few months but both the sides’ criteria are reportedly not matched. Thompson has to give his final decision by September 29, before the starting of the training camp of Cleveland Cavaliers. Among the most active teams this summer, the Cleveland Cavaliers is one of them for signing back the best known free agents including LeBron James except Thomson.
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