UPDATE 9/24/2015 6:52 PM

Sam Amico And Chris Broussard have now reported that Thompson is WILLING to sign that 3-year, $53 million deal. Not that he has signed it. Thompson has lowered his demands from 3-year, $53 million to 5-year, $94 million.

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UPDATE 9/24/2015 6:40 PM

Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal is now reporting that Broussard’s report on Thompson’s contract is inaccurate.

Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio also reports on this very confusing situation.

UPDATE 9/24/2015 6:15 PM

Chris Broussard has reported that the Cavs have agreed to a new deal with Tristan thompson.

The money is reportedly guaranteed for the entire duration of the contract.

Thompson is set to earn a little to the north of $17 million over the next three years which is an excellent annual salary midpoint between the Cavaliers’ offer of $16 million and Rich Paul’s close to $19 million.

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David Griffin has done his job and it’s now up to David Blatt to take care of the good problem that is making full use of his extremely deep frontline rotation.