The Big Lead "Anderson Varejao was a fun trivia debate during the NBA Finals. Varejao started the season with the Cavaliers and ended the season with the Warriors, becoming the first person to ever play for both Finals teams in the same season. Many people wrongly believed that he was guaranteed a championship..." July 18
Sportsnaut "Anderson Varejao has a right to receive an NBA championship ring after spending part of the season with the Cleveland Cavaliers. But he has no plans to accept one as a current member of the Golden State Warriors, who lost to the Cavs in the NBA Finals. Varejao appeared in more regular season..." July 18
San Jose Mercury News "Anderson Varejao will return to the Warriors next season, according to his communications and marketing agency, MPC Rio Communication. The agency sent out a tweet late Thursday afternoon that said, "@VAREJAOANDERSON Renews with the @warriors 2016/2017 season of @NBA @NBABrasil."" July 15
CSN Bay Area "It appears that Anderson Varejao may be returning to the Warriors. Golden State is nearing agreement on a one-year deal with the Brazilian big man, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Varejao was traded from Cleveland to Portland on Feb. 18 and immediately waived. The Warriors signed the..." July 14
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Free agent center and former Cleveland Cavalier Anderson Varejao has not requested a championship ring from the NBA champs, cleveland.com has learned. Varejao was a member of the Golden State Warriors when the Cavaliers came back from a 3-1 series deficit to win the city's first championship in..." July 08
San Jose Mercury News "We are just five weeks away from the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The Golden State Warriors' two-man Brazilian delegation is particularly looking forward to the torch being lit. And by "looking," I mean literally. Sarah Palin may be able to see Russia from her front porch. But Warriors guard..." July 04
USA Today "Anderson Varejao knew he had a good chance of playing in the 2016 NBA Finals. He just didn’t know he would be with the Golden State Warriors. He spent his entire career with the Cleveland Cavaliers until they traded him to the Portland Trail Blazers at the trade deadline. The Blazers cut..." June 06
USA Today "Game 1 of the NBA Finals couldn’t go a first half without controversy, and it all seems to be about flopping. After Draymond Green drew a foul and apparently kicked Kyrie Irving, the Warriors’ Anderson Varejao drew a questionable foul on former teammate Kevin Love." June 03
The Big Lead "Anderson Varejao was drafted by the Orlando Magic in the 2nd round of the 2004 NBA Draft. A month later, he was traded to the Cavaliers in the trade that brought Drew Gooden to Cleveland. Varejao then played his next 11 seasons with the Cavs, appearing in 71 playoff games for the team during..." June 01
ESPN "The Golden State Warriors have emerged as the heavy favorite to sign soon-to-be free agent Anderson Varejao, according to league sources. League sources told ESPN.com that Varejao is leaning strongly toward joining the Warriors after he clears waivers Sunday at 5 p.m. Sources say that the..." February 21
The Oklahoman "Less than 24 hours after the NBA's trading deadline came and went the Thunder has been linked to a potential buyout candidate. Anderson Varejao has captured the attention of Oklahoma City's front office, according to ESPN reporter Brian Windhorst. Appearing on an ESPN Cleveland radio segment,..." February 20
ESPN "The Golden State Warriors are contemplating a run at free agent-to-be Anderson Varejao, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that the Warriors are among several teams, along with Oklahoma City, San Antonio and Dallas, currently investigating the prospect of signing Varejao, who is..." February 20
Cleveland Plain Dealer "When you think of the epitome of being selfless, giving and loyal, Anderson Varejao comes to mind. Unfortunately, when it comes to business in the NBA, loyalty isn't always reciprocated. The Cleveland Cavaliers shipped out a Cavalier lifer, or at least he wanted to be. In return, they got..." February 19
The Score "The Orlando Magic have traded stretch four Channing Frye to the Cleveland Cavaliers in a three-way deal that would see Anderson Varejao dealt to the Portland Trail Blazers, USA Today's Sam Amick reports. The Magic would send draft picks along with Varejao to Portland in exchange for an expiring..." February 19
Channing Frye will be sent to the Cavs from Orlando, I'm told. Anderson Varejao will wind up in Portland. More to come.
The Portland Trail Blazers will likely waive Anderson Varejao, league sources tell @TheVertical.
Akron Beacon Journal "While Thursday’s 3 p.m. trade deadline is looming, the Cavaliers have been engaged in trade talks on multiple fronts, according to various league sources. The odds of them actually striking a significant trade prior to the deadline, however, remain slim. Anything can change in the final..." February 18
Fear The Sword "If a report from ESPN's Marc Stein is to be believed (and it probably should), there is a bit of substance to the rumors from last night that the Cavs are interested in Channing Frye. And the Cavs offer would include Anderson Varejao, a favorite of both many Cavs fans and LeBron James. The Magic..." February 18
Cavs also considering a trade that would include a LeBron favorite, Anderson Varejao. Portland & Philadelphia are possibilities.