WESTLAKE -Cleveland Cavaliers forward Jeff Green said the NBA team's newest players are doing a good job.
Green signed autographs for about 200 Cavs fans Saturday at AT&T's new store at Crocker Park in Westlake. The nine-year NBA veteran scored 6 points the night before in the team's 112-89 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies.
Adding Larry Nance Jr., Jordan Clarkson, Rodney Hood and George Hill has given the Cavs greater athleticism, many observers said.
“I think it's going well so far,” Green said about incorporating the four new players acquired in trades Feb. 8. “We just have to keep at it.”
Westlake Mayor Dennis Clough and state Rep. Dave Greenspan also attended the ribbon-cutting for AT&T's 4,200-square-foot store, located across the street from Trader Joe's grocery store.
The store is designed to highlight AT&T's entertainment offerings, including its mobile devices and U-verse and DirecTV video services, manager Teddy Glowinski said. The store employs 11 full- and part-time employees, he said.