By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Larry Sanders, who has been away from the NBA for two-years, has returned. He has signed a contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
He’s in Cleveland, with his agent, according to The Verical, to sign the contract.
Sanders answers the call from the Cavaliers after the Andrew Bogut injury. He had previously worked out with the team in February.
The Cavaliers elected to sign Bogut after he was bought out by the Philadelphia 76ers following a trade deadline trade with the Dallas Mavericks. But, less than a minute into his Cavs career, he fractured his tibia — and his season was over just like that.
This will be Sanders second-team in the NBA, as he previously played for the Milwaukee Bucks. He left that team due to anxiety, depression and mood disorders.