After a bit of rough sailing in the NBA’s defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers’ proposed deal with the Atlanta Hawks to bring Kyle Korver to the shores of Lake Erie in exchange for Mike Dunleavy, Mo Williams, cash considerations, and a future first-round pick in the NBA Draft, it seems the waters have finally calmed.

Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Dunleavy has had a change of heart after talking things over with Hawks Head Coach Mike Budenholzer.

It seems once Dunleavy discovered that Coach Budenholzer intended to utilize his talents in Atlanta, the 6’10” marksman was happy to join the team.


Once Dunleavy completes his physical in Atlanta, Kyle Korver will be allowed to suit up for the Cavs, so we could see Korver make his debut with Cleveland on Tuesday in Utah.”

Korver, 35, will now be able to participate in team activities with the Cavaliers. Most who are close to the team expect the sharpshooting swingman to make his debut in Cleveland’s road game against the Utah Jazz tomorrow night.