According to Shams Charania of Real GM, Former Ohio University forward Reggie Keely has been invited to the Cleveland Cavaliers upcoming free agent camp. The camp takes place this weekend. His agent, Kenge Stevenson, was the source of the news.
Keely spent last season in the Netherlands playing for the Dan Helder Kings of the Dutch Basketball League. He only played 10 games for the Kings, however, as he was waived by the team. Keely, who stands 6’9″ and can play some center, went undrafted in the 2013 NBA Draft after playing four seasons for the Bobcats. Keely was a member of the 2012 Sweet 16 team that defeated the Michigan Wolverines in the first round, but ultimately lost a North Carolina team led by Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes.
At Ohio, Keely averaged a career high 12.1 points and 4.5 rebounds in 23.2 minutes per game as a senior. He also shot 60 percent from the field. Considering the Cavaliers’ glutton of power forwards, Keely isn’t likely to be signed to any sort of deal. He could, however, be signed to the Canton Charge in the same way Arinze Onuaku and Kevin Jones were this past season with an impressive workout, assuming that he doesn’t receive a more lucrative offer from a European team.