Found January 21, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
An assortment of injuries has caused [Daniel] Gibson to miss 14 of the Cavs’ 42 games (he also sat out Monday’s practice while sick). Since Gibson has returned, his spot in coach Byron Scott’s rotation appears to have been filled by 6-7 waiver wire acquisition Shaun Livingston. That, coupled with an expiring contract, has led to speculation the Cavs could move Gibson to a more suitable situation for both parties come the Feb. 21 trading deadline. If the Cavs are unable to trade Gibson, sources have indicated they’re likely to let him walk via free agency this summer. via Sam Amico, FOX Sports
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