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Perkins, a 13-year vet who averaged 5.4 points and 5.8 boards for his career, is not eligible for Cleveland’s remaining “two-way” contract. Those are new to the NBA this year and are meant for players who will spend time in both the developmental, minor “G” League and the NBA. Players with more than three years of NBA service can’t sign a two-way contract. The Cavs have now filled 19 of 20 spots for camp invitees. Perkins signed as a free agent with Cleveland in 2015, and filled the fabled “enforcer” role on the Cavs’ bench. – via Cleveland Plain Dealer