Perrantes is expected to suit up and play in Friday's game against the Hawks, Dave McMenamin of ESPN reports.
Perrantes and John Holland, the two players currently on two-way contracts with the Cavaliers, are both expected to be activated and in the lineup following an active trade deadline. Cleveland will likely be without all four players acquired in trades Thursday, which means they'll need some extra bodies to fill minutes off the bench. Perrantes has played just one game this season, logging three minutes during that contest, so it's safe to assume he'll see his most extensive playing time of the year. That said, he still shouldn't be relied upon for fantasy purposes. In 30 G-League starts with the Cav's affiliate, Perrantes has averaged 11.9 points, 3.2 rebounds, 7.6 assists and 1.1 steals across 36.4 minutes.
Perrantes is finalizing a two-way contract with the Cavaliers, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports.
The former Virginia standout spent training camp with the Spurs but was waived last week in advance of the NBA's roster cutdown deadline. Expect Perrantes to primarily play for the Canton Charge of the G-League, but he could make a few appearances for the Cavs in the event of an injury to Derrick Rose or veteran Jose Calderon.
Perrantes was waived by the Spurs on Thursday.
Perrantes saw a total of 15 minutes across three preseason games with the Spurs, which wasn't enough time for him to make a notable impression on the coaching staff. As expected, the undrafted free agent won't make the regular-season roster, though there's a decent chance he ends up joining the Spurs G-League affiliate, the Austin Spurs.
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