He’s back with the team that gave him his start and is eager to help any way he can. “
Varejao said there was some anxiety when he headed “back to work” at Cleveland Clinic Courts, where he was welcomed by his new teammates.
While Varejao’s signing could be viewed as a publicity stunt, the team sees a benefit in bringing back a proven player who can help some of the youngsters.
“Andy embodies all that the city of Cleveland stands for and beyond, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring his experience, leadership and character back into this locker room,” general manager Koby Altman said.