Dellavedova appeared in 57 of a possible 65 contests during the pandemic-shortened 2019-20 season with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The reserve guard averaged 3.1 points, 3.2 assists and 1.3 rebounds over 14.4 minutes per game. He also shot a useful 86.5 percent from the free-throw line. On Jan. 14, the 29-year-old veteran scored a season high 14 points and hit two three-pointers in a road loss to the Clippers. On Mar. 7, Dellavedova set a new single-game career high with 14 assists during a home win over the Nuggets. On the next night, the Aussie-born guard matched his season high with 14 points, plus added 11 assists, to earn a double-double during a win over the Spurs. Dellavedova scored at least 10 points on three occasions, grabbed at least five rebounds twice and dished out at least five assists 10 times. He also racked up at least one steal 20 times. Dellavedova had 16 games in which he hit at least one three-pointer. In the four games that Dellavedova saw at least 30 minutes of play, he averaged 7.3 points, 9.3 assists and 3.8 rebounds per contest.2018
Dellavedova began the 2018-2019 season with the Milwaukee Bucks. After playing 12 games with Milwaukee, he was traded back to the Cleveland Cavaliers as part of a three-team trade featuring the Washington Wizards. In the trade, Cleveland received Dellavedova, John Henson and three draft picks. Milwaukee received George Hill, Jason Smith and a draft pick. Washington received Sam Dekker. In his 2018-19 Cavs debut on Dec 10., Dellavedova scored 11 points in 16 minutes against his former Bucks team. On Jan. 9, the guard registered a season-high 17 points against the New Orleans Pelicans. "Delly" matched a career-high with 13 assists against the Brooklyn Nets in a triple-overtime game on Feb. 13. Dellavedova played in 36 games with the Cavs before shutting it down after a Mar. 6 game against the Nets in which he suffered a concussion.2017
Dellavedova appeared in 38 games for the Milwaukee Bucks during the 2017-2018 campaign. In his second season with the franchise, Delly averaged 4.3 points and 3.8 assists per contest. He had three nine-assist outings, and a season-high 10 dimes at Toronto on New Year's Day. Dellavedova reached double figures on four occasions, including a season-high 15 points at Boston in the season opener. Delly shot 37.2-percent from three-point land, the third-highest percentage for his career. Had he qualified, Dellavedova would have led the NBA in foul shooting, as he hit 92.6 percent from the charity stripe (25-for-27). Known also as a defensive pest, Dellavedova tallied two steals on three separate occasions. He appeared in six playoff games for the Bucks, He played 13 minutes per playoff game, averaging 2.0 points and 2.7 assists. Delly collected six assists in a Game 6 win over the Boston Celtics.2016
After signing with the Bucks as a free agent in the summer of 2016, Dellavedova appeared in 76 games for Milwaukee, making 54 starts in a career-high 26.1 minutes per game. Dellavedova established career-bests in scoring (7.6 PPG) and assists (4.7 APG), while adding 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 steals. Dellavedova began the season with four straight double-digit scoring efforts, including 14 points, nine assists and three steals in a win over the Nets on Oct. 29. Against the Pelicans on Nov. 10, Dellavedova handed out a season-high 12 assists -- a total he'd match against Denver on Feb. 3. In a win over Brooklyn on Dec. 3, Dellavedova scored a season-high 18 points, to go with six assists. Versus Minnesota on March 11, he hit a season-high four three-pointers en route to 16 points, two assists and one rebound. In the playoffs, Dellavedova appeared in all six of Milwaukee's first-round games against Toronto. In Game 6, he registered 12 points, four assists, four rebounds and a steal in 34 minutes.2015
Dellavedova was once again a key piece for the Cavaliers, appearing in 76 games and making 14 starts. In 24.6 minutes per game, he averaged then-career-bests in scoring (7.5 PPG), assists (4.4 APG), rebounds (2.1 RPG) and steals (0.6 SPG) per game. Dellavedova also shot a career-best 41.0 percent from three on 3.1 attempts per game -- also a career-best until that year. The Australian had a career-high 27 games with at least 10 points. He scored a season-high 20 points, to go with two assists, two steals and two blocks, in a win over Philadelphia on Dec. 20. In a win over Milwaukee on Nov. 19, Dellavedova notched a season-best 13 assists. His lone double-double of the season came against Oklahoma City on Dec. 17, when he posted 11 points, 10 assists and five rebounds in 39 minutes off the bench. In the postseason, Dellavedova appeared in 20 of 21 games as the Cavaliers advanced to the NBA Finals for the second consecutive year. In Round 1 against Detroit, Dellavedova had two double-digit scoring games. He appeared in Games 1 through 6 of the NBA Finals against Golden State, scoring 16 total points to go with six assists and three rebounds.2014
In his second NBA season, Dellavedova appeared in 67 games and made 13 starts for the Cavaliers. In 20.6 minutes per game, the Australian posted 4.8 points, 3.0 assists and 1.9 rebounds per contest, while shooting 36.2 percent from the field. Dellavedova hit 40.7 percent of his three-pointers, however, while draining 76.3 percent of his free throws. Dellavedova scored in double-figures nine times, including a season-high 18 points, to go with 12 assists (also a season-high), three rebounds and two steals against the Wizards on Apr. 15. Dellavedova hit a season-best four threes in that game -- a total he matched on two other occasions. Against the Pacers on Feb. 27, Dellavedova took a season-high 18 field goal attempts and finished with 14 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. In the postseason, Dellavedova appeared in all of Cleveland's 20 games as the Cavaliers advanced to the NBA Finals. In the Eastern Conference Finals against Atlanta, Dellavedova scored in double-figures in three consecutive games, posting 11 points in Game 2, 17 points in Game 3 and 10 points in Game 4, as Cleveland swept the series. He scored a playoff-career-high 20 points in Game 3 of the Finals against the Warriors. In Game 4 versus Golden State, Dellavedova recorded 10 points, four assists, one rebound and one steal.2013
As a rookie, Dellavedova appeared in 72 games for the Cavaliers, including four starts. In 17.7 minutes per game, Dellavedova averaged 4.7 points, 2.6 assists, 1.7 rebounds and 0.5 steals. He shot 41.2 percent from the field, 36.8 percent from three and 79.2 percent at the line. Dellavedova made his NBA debut against the Pacers on Nov. 2, playing one minute off the bench and finishing scoreless. He scored his first NBA points on Nov. 11 in Chicago. The Australian scored in double figures 13 times, topping out with 21 points in a win over Detroit on Mar. 26. Dellavedova handed out a season-high 12 assists against the Pistons on Apr. 9, also adding 14 points. Against the Rockets on Mar. 22, Dellavedova finished with 14 points, 10 assists and five rebounds. From Mar. 20 through Apr. 9 (11 games), Dellavedova averaged 8.6 points, 5.5 assists and 2.8 rebounds in 26.7 minutes per game.
August 1, 2013Signed a two-year contract with the Cavaliers.
July 27, 2015Signed a one-year contract with the Cavaliers.
July 7, 2016Signed a four-year contract with the Cavaliers. Traded to the Bucks.
December 7, 2018Traded from the Bucks along with John Henson, a 2021 first-round draft pick and a 2021 second-round draft pick to the Cavaliers in exchange for George Hill and a 2021 second-round draft pick.
November 23, 2020Signed a one-year, $2.17 million contract with the Cavaliers.