Semih Erden has re-signed with Darussafaka of Turkey, according to David Pick.
Semih Erden has signed a two-year deal to play in Turkey.
The Cavaliers gave a $1.1 million qualifying offer to center Semih Erden, making him a restricted FA.
Semih Erden's agent denied a rumor that Erden signed with a team in Turkey, emphasizing that his client wants to re-sign in the NBA.
Coach Byron Scott said he doesn't know if the Cavs will extend a qualifying offer to Semih Erden (ankle, doubtful) this summer.
Semih Erden (ankle) is still 4-5 days away from returning to practice.
Semih Erden (ankle) will not play on Friday or Saturday.
Semih Erden (ankle) was seen sporting crutches after Wednesday's game.
Semih Erden suffered a sprained right ankle while driving for a layup on Wednesday and was helped to the locker room by teammates.
Semih Erden went from starting for the Cavaliers to being completely out of the rotation on Saturday.
Semih Erden will remain the starting center for Tuesday's game against the Celtics.
Semih Erden was benched on Wednesday night for lack of effort.
Semih Erden suffered a cut above his eye that required four stitches in the first quarter on Tuesday, but was able to return for the Cavaliers.
Semih Erden is expected to start vs. the Kings on Sunday despite a sore left wrist.