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CLEVELAND– It’s not a done deal, but that didn’t stop LeBron James from sending well wishes to Matthew Dellavedova.

On Friday, several sources reported Dellavedova agreed to a four-year conract with the Milwaukee Bucks. The point guard’s deal is reportedly worth $38.4 million, ESPN reported.

“Congrats to my brother! @matthewdelly on his deal! Good luck in Milwaukee! Very deserving to you and your family,” James tweeted.

Dellavedova is a restricted free agent so the Cavs have three days to match once the offer sheet is signed.

The Australian native played in 76 games Cleveland last season, averaging more than 7 points per game.

Also on Friday, Cavs center Timofey Mozgov agreed to a four-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.

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