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The Cleveland Cavaliers reduced their NBA roster down to the NBA maximum of 15 today three days ahead of opening night. The team released forward Kevin Jones, center Micheal Eric, and guard D’Aundray Brown this afternoon. The moves mean that point guard Jeremy Pargo and forward Luke Harangody snagged the final two opening night roster spots.
Jones was signed as an undrafted free agent following his four years at West Virginia. The 6’6″ a power forward has a knack for rebounding but lacks NBA length. He had signed a three-year deal with Cleveland with only a very small portion of it guaranteed. Eric played for the team’s summer league squad and was an undrafted camp invitee out of Temple. Brown, a 6’4″ guard undrafted out of Cleveland State, was just signed on Thursday.
The Cavaliers opening night roster will likely be the following:
Guards (5): Kyrie Irving, Dion Waiters, Daniel Gibson, Donald Sloan, Jeremy Pargo
Forwards (8): C.J. Miles, Tristan Thompson, Alonzo Gee, Jon Leuer, Omri Casspi, Samardo Samuels, Luke Walton, Luke Harangody
Centers (2): Anderson Varejao, Tyler Zeller
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The Cleveland Cavaliers waived forward/center Micheal Eric, forward Kevin Jones and guard D’Aundray Brown to trim their roster to 15 for the start of the regular season. Eric played in two preseason games with the Cavs, averaging 0.5 rebounds in 3.5 minutes per game. The 6-foot-11, 240-pound forward/center from Temple University played in five games with the Cavaliers in the...
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- The Cavaliers released three players Saturday to reduce their roster to 15, the maximum allowable by NBA rules.
Waived were forward center Micheal Eric, guard DAundray Brown and power forward Kevin Jones. All three went undrafted this past summer, their first out of college.
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