This was to be expected, as the Cavs extended the offer earlier this offseason and saved him one of their two-way slots.
Thomas, 24, is entering his second pro season after going undrafted in 2020 out of Truman.
He started his rookie year with the Rockets, then latched on with the Cavs on a two-way deal. In 32 games combined, he averaged 3.9 points and 1.7 rebounds.
He also spent some time with the then-Canton Charge and Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the G League.
“With Tacko Fall, Tre Scott, RJ Nembhard, and Mitch Ballock expected to be in training camp on Exhibit 10 contracts, the Cavs’ other two-way slot figures to be up for grabs, and if multiple camp invitees make a strong impression, it’s possible Thomas could face competition for his spot as well,” wrote Hoops Rumors’ Luke Adams.