Free specialist point monitor Derrick Rose and the Cleveland Cavaliers achieved concession to a one-year contract, ESPN announced Monday, refering to alliance sources.
The arrangement will be for the veteran least compensation of $2.1m, with Rose anticipated that would sign the agreement on Tuesday, ESPN announced.
Rose met with new Cavaliers general director Koby Altman and different authorities on Monday, only three days in the wake of meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers.
A source near Rose disclosed to Cleveland.com a week ago that the 2011 NBA MVP likes Cleveland as a result of the chance to come to the NBA Finals next season.
Rose would be matched with LeBron James as a potential swap for Kyrie Irving, who requested that the Cavaliers exchange him amid a current meeting with group proprietor Dan Gilbert.