​In an offseason that is supposed to be filled with changes for the Cleveland Cavaliers, it's been a busy day of moves for the Eastern Conference champs. 

​First, Vitaly Potapenko decided to leave town to join the Grizzlies, and now the team has parted ways ​with guard London Perrantes. 

Yes, the same Perrantes who was a star guard for Tony Bennett at the University of Virginia. 

The news was first reported by NBA Insider Shams Charania. 

The rookie, who was on a two-way contract with Cleveland, appeared in 14 games this season. Perrantes only scored seven points in a total of 66 minutes played. 

Cleveland signed Perrantes to his deal in October. He made his debut with the team in December. ​​

At only 23 years of age, Perrantes will look to land himself another chance on a team in need of a point guard. 

As mentioned above, Perrantes was a floor general for UVA during his college days, averaging 11.8 points and more than four assists in his final two years. His phone should ring in the near future, with an NBA GM on the other line.