The Cleveland Cavaliers have reached agreement with free agent guard Caris LeVert and forward Georges Niang on Friday to begin free agency.

LeVert is returning to Cleveland on a new two-year, $32 million contract, according to co-head of CAA Basketball Austin Brown.

Niang, a sharpshooting forward who spent the past two seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers, reached a three-year, $26 million contract with the Cavaliers, his agents Mark Bartelstein and Andy Shiffman said.

LeVert, 28, finished his first full season with the Cavaliers averaging 12.1 points and 3.9 assists while shooting a career-best 39.2% from 3-point range.

Acquired by Cleveland during the 2022 trade deadline, LeVert has been a rotation staple for coach J.B. Bickerstaff. His best moment as a Cavalier happened in Game 2 of their first-round series against the New York Knicks, when he exploded for 24 points on 16 shots to help the Cavs win their lone game of that series.

LeVert first broke out earlier in his career with the Brooklyn Nets as a reliable scorer, but an assortment of injuries limited his time on the court. LeVert, though, just enjoyed the healthiest season of his career, averaging 30.2 minutes in 74 games.

A second-round pick in 2016, Niang is one of the premier catch-and-shoot players in the NBA; he ranks in the top 15 among active players in career 3-point shooting percentage at 40.3%. He has been a 40% 3-point shooter in every season of his NBA career in which he averaged at least one 3 per game.

Niang, 29, signed a two-year, $6.8 million deal with the Sixers in 2021 after spending the previous four years with the Utah Jazz.