Found January 24, 2012 on
Waiting For Next Year:
The Cavaliers made the decision at the beginning of the year that swingman Christian Eyenga needed more work and opportunities to play than he would get in Cleveland. So they did what was expected and sent him to the D-League Canton Charge affiliate. Coach Scott said publicly that he wanted Eyenga to work on his defense, and I’m sure the whole organization would appreciate if he worked on his outside shot.
Fastforward to Monday, when it is announced that Eyenga would be returning to the Cavaliers roster.
Christian took part in the team’s practice in Miami, and from the sounds of it, you have to wonder exactly what he’s been doing for the last month:
The Cavs recalled guard/forward Christian Eyenga from the Canton Charge. Eyenga was assigned to Canton on Jan. 4 and played in nine games (eight starts), averaging 8.9 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 24.6 minutes.
Eyenga was sent down to work on his defense, but apparently didn’t work as hard as he did on Monday.
“I’m so tired,” ...
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