Former Cleveland Cavalier Jordan McRae has penned a one year contract to play in Barcelona with Baskonia of the Euro-League, according to basketball reporter David Pick.
The news is corroborated in a story posted on Marca, a Spanish national daily newspaper website.
McRae, a graduate of Liberty County High School and the University of Tennessee, earned an NBA championship ring with the Cavaliers in 2016.
McRae was the 58th pick overall in the 2014 NBA draft, selected by the San Antonio Spurs. He was traded to the 76ers joining their summer league team and averaging 21 points per game. In August 2014 he signed with Melbourne United for the 2014-15 season. He finished third in the entire league for scoring averaging 19.9 points per game.
In March 2015, McRae signed to the Delaware 87ers of the NBA D-League. He set a D-League single game record scoring 61 points in a 130-126 win over the Canton Charge in a game played in January 2016.
McRae twice signed 10 day contracts with the Phoenix Suns. McRae later signed a 10 day contract with the Cavaliers which turned into a multi-year deal. The Cavaliers waived McRae in March.
During his NBA career he played in 59 regular season games with five starts averaging 9.8 minutes and 4.4 points per game. In the 2016 NBA playoffs McRae played in two games, averaging two minutes and 4.5 points per game.
According to Pick, McRae could earn more than $700,000.