Frye was a popular locker room presence during his first stint with the Cavs and became a fan favorite for his sense of humor and outside shooting stroke during Cleveland's 2016 championship run. Frye spent the end of last season in Los Angeles as part of the deal that sent Isaiah Thomas there from Cleveland, but was a valuable member of the Cavs' championship team in 2016.
Frye, 35, has agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal to return to the Cavaliers, according to multiple reports on Saturday.
Channing Frye is a good signing for the Cavs, but one that...
Now the Cavaliers are bringing Frye back on a one-year contract, a story broken by Shams Charania of The Vertical at Yahoo Sports.More news: Trump calls the European Union a 'foe' of America
Frye is the Cavs' first off-season signing since LeBron James left as a free agent for the Lakers.
Frye spent parts of three seasons with the Cavaliers, winning the National Basketball Association championship with them in 2016.More news: Donald Trump was 12 minutes late to tea with the Queen
Kevin Love sounds pretty thrilled to be reunited with Channing Frye.
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