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Milwaukee Bucks have acquired the right to Australian international Matthew Dellavedova, it had been announced.

The 25-year-old heads to the Bucks following an NBA title winning season with Cleveland Cavaliers.

As part of the deal, Milwaukee will send the draft rights to Joventut Badalona’s Albert Miralles to the Cavaliers and cash considerations.

Terms of Dellavedova’s contract were not disclosed in accordance with team policy.

Via Bucks PR:

Dellavedova, 25, spent the last three seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers, appearing in the NBA Finals each of the past two seasons and winning a championship with the Cavaliers last season. During the 2015-16 season, Dellavedova averaged career highs in points (7.5), assists (4.4), rebounds (2.1), 3-point shooting percentage (.410) and free-throw percentage (.864). The 6-4 guard appeared in 76 games (14 starts) with Cleveland last season, averaging 24.6 minutes per contest.