Anderson Varejão celebrates return to Claveland Cavaliers after five years: ‘Back home’ – Prime Time Zone

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Standing 2.11 meters tall, the Brazilian was champion of the NBA in 2017 and twice champion of the Eastern Conference by the Cavs (2015 and 2007), becoming one of the great idols in the history of the team

Reproduction / Twitter / @ CavsAnderson Varejão is back at the Cleveland Cavaliers after 5 years

Anderson Varejao will be able to join the team Cleveland Cavaliers, which faces, this Wednesday, 5, the Portland Trail Blazers in a round of the NBA. The 38-year-old has signed a contract for this season and ‘comes home’ after five years. “For more than a decade, I have had the privilege of wearing gold and wine (the colors of Cleveland) and playing for the fans who have always inspired me to do my best in every game, every night. I am very happy to be able to wear the Cavaliers shirt again and relive the memories of defending this city and franchise that I love so much ”, said the capixaba, owner of 4,905 points, 4,839 rebounds, 747 assists and 436 blocks in 12 and a half seasons for Cleveland team.

Standing 2.11 meters tall, Varejão was champion of the NBA in 2017 and twice champion of the Eastern Conference by the Cavs (2015 and 2007), becoming one of the greatest idols in the history of the team, having been honored several times by the organization, including three editions of ‘Wig Night’. “I am very grateful for this opportunity and for the love and support of my wife, Stacy, and my daughter, Serenee,” said Anderson, who served for the Cavs between 2004 and 2016. In regular season numbers, Anderson is the eighth player with more games for the Cavs, the eighth in stumps and steals, and the sixth in total number of rebounds (the fourth in offensive and the seventh in defensive).

* With information from Estadão Content