Cavaliers sign Former Cleveland States Guard Cedric Jackson

After loosing Delonte West and Mo Williams to injuries in the past few days, the Cavaliers are dipping into the D-League to cover their wounds.

The team lost Williams to a sprained shoulder and West to a broken finger.

The Cavaliers have signed former Cleveland States guard Cedric Jackson to a 10-day contact.

Williams is out for at least one month, and the club doesn’t know how long it will be without West. He was injured in Thursday night’s win over the Lakers – his first start replacing Williams.

Jackson, who played at Cleveland State, will give Cleveland some depth behind Daniel Gibson, who will start at the point Saturday night against Oklahoma City.

The six-foot-three Jackson averaged 14.7 points and 7.6 assists for Erie of the NBA Development League.

Published by Luke Ross

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