September 7, 2017, 1:01 pm
Cedi Osman kept Turkey in the game on Thursday, scoring 24 points with six rebounds, five assists and four triples in a 79-89 loss to Latvia.
Osman signed with the Cavs this summer and faces some serious obstacles to minutes this year. It’s unfortunate, as the former 31st overall pick clearly has talent. He’s someone to watch for down the line, especially if next summer brings lots of upheaval to Cleveland. Osman is definitely someone that dynasty owners should keep an eye on.