The native Australian is planning to return home and will sign with Melbourne United of the NBL, according to Olgun Uluc of ESPN.
Dellavedova first arrived in the United States back in 2009, when he committed to play for St. Mary’s College.
He never put up big numbers, but during that first stint with the Cavaliers he became an important role player on their back-to-back Finals teams in 2015 and 2016. In a 2016 Los Angeles Times poll of NBA coaches and players, he ran away with the title of dirtiest player in the league. Due largely to various injuries, including a serious concussion, he only played 106 games with the Cavaliers in two-plus seasons.