Dean Wade’s 2019-20 season was essentially a member of the Canton Charge before the Cavaliers season was shut down due to COVID-19.
However, from the games he played with the Charge it was quite obvious that Wade could contribute to the Cavs in some facet. Before the season began the Cavs signed Wade to a three-year deal worth about $3.6 million. Wade appeared in 63 games and played more games for the Cavs than Larry Nance Jr. and Kevin Love combined. If you want to delve a little deeper in the 19 games where Wade started for the Cavs those attempts went up to 5.3 and the percentage also went up to 40% from three as well.