The Cleveland Cavaliers and free agent point guard Jarrett Jack have agreed to terms on a four-year, $25 million contract, according to multiple reports. The final year of Jack's contract with the Cavaliers will be a team option.
The deal between Jack and the Cavaliers won't be made official until the NBA's moratorium ends on July 10. According to NBA.com reporter David Aldridge, Jack decided to join Cleveland because of head coach Mike Brown.
Jack will be changing jerseys for the sixth time in his eight-year career after being acquired by the Portland Trail Blazers on draft night in 2005. Last season, Jack averaged just a shade under 13 points and 5.5 assists in 29.8 minutes-per-game for the Golden State Warriors.