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CLEVELAND- The Cleveland Cavaliers have re-signed point guard Matthew Dellavedova, the team announced on Monday.

Dellavedova, who played in place of an injured Kyrie Irving during the NBA Finals, will stay in Cleveland on a one-year, $1.2-million deal, ESPN reported.

He played in all 20 postseason games, averaging more than 7 points. Dellavedova will play in the FIBA Oceania Championship in August for his home country Australia.

Also on Monday, the Cavs announced they traded Mike Miller, Brendan Haywood and two second-round picks to Portland. Cleveland received two trade exceptions of $10.5 million and $2.8 million.

During the off season, the Cavs have re-signed much of the roster, including LeBron James, Kevin Love, Timofy Mozgov and Iman Shumpert.

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