White signed a 10-day deal with the team in mid-March, but didn't end up seeing the floor. Regardless, he apparently made a good enough impression on the organization to bring him back for the postseason. He began the year with Miami, playing in five games, averaging 4.0 points and 2.2 rebounds in 16.0 minutes.
The Cavaliers didn't re-sign White after his 10-day contract with the team expired March 28, Keith Smith of RealGM.com reports.
White never saw any action with the Cavaliers during his time with the team. The forward has missed a large chunk of the campaign while recovering from the left foot surgery he required in November, so he may not get another look at the NBA level this season.
White spent some time with the Heat earlier this season, but a broken foot that he suffered in mid-November held him to just six total games played. It also eventually costed him a spot on the team's roster in early February and he's been looking for work ever since. A 10-day deal with the Cavaliers should allow White an opportunity to show the team what he can do, though he won't see enough minutes to be a relevant fantasy commodity.
White (foot) will be waived by the Hawks, Michael Cunningham of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
White is still working his way back from a surgically repaired foot, but it looks like the Hawks are going to move on from before waiting out his recovery. White showed plenty of promise his debut season with Miami in 2016-17, but given the seriousness of the foot injury, he may now have to wait until next season to have another shot at the NBA.
The former undrafted free agent is currently working back from a fractured foot that he underwent surgery on back in mid-November and a timetable for his return has yet to be given. Even when healthy, he'll likely be eased into the action and he's not guaranteed significant minutes, so it's safe to avoid him for fantasy purposes at this point. Of course, the Hawks aren't going to make the playoffs and White is only in his second year in the NBA, so they could give him some opportunities down the stretch to show what he's got. In six games prior to his injury, White averaged just 3.3 points and 1.8 rebounds across 13.3 minutes this season.
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