Found December 10, 2011 on Waiting For Next Year:
Byron Scott opened his comments on Kyrie Irving’s first practice yesterday by stating that he was the nineteen year-old Point Guard’s mentor. Baron Davis, who it previously thought would assume that teaching role in some capacity this season sat out of practice with a lower back strain.  This coming on the heels of Yahoo!’s Marc Spears reporting that the Cavs will pull the Amnesty card on Davis and release him a couple nights ago. So it looks like Baron Davis’ days could be nearing a close here in Cleveland.  Maybe he still stays at this point, but probably he doesn’t.  Assuming he goes then, what does this move then mean for Ramon Sessions and the rest of the Cavaliers backcourt? Under the thinking that Davis would play out at least this upcoming season of the final two he’s under contract for in Cleveland, it was widely assumed that Sessions would then be dealt to a team in need of a veteran back-up PG. There isn’t typically room for three point guards who really aren’t combo guar...

Spears: Cavs to Amnesty Baron Davis

Though he had been widely expected to be a member of the Cavaliers for much of the 2011-12 season, point guard Baron Davis will apparently be one of the few players who will become subject to the amnesty provision once the new NBA collective bargaining agreement is in place. Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears reports that Davis will be in Cavaliers camp until the details are ironed out...

Report says Cavs' Davis will be amnestied

The Cavaliers have been trying to figure out what to do with veteran guard Baron Davis and the new amnesty rule, and according Yahoo Sports writer Marc Spears, they have reached a decision. Cavs expected to use new amnesty rule on PG Baron Davis once the new CBA is official, source tells @YahooSports, Spears posted on his Twitter account. Until then, BD in Cavs camp. Training camp...

Cavaliers weighing decision on guard Baron Davis

Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant says the team has not decided if it will keep or waive veteran guard Baron Davis. The Cavs have contemplated using the ''amnesty clause'' in the new labor agreement that allow teams to cut and pay players while also getting salary-cap and luxury-tax relief. Davis was acquired in a trade last season and the Cavs would have to...

Cavs to use Amnesty on Baron Davis (Marc Spears says yes; Windy says not yet known)

Forum: Cavs Talk Posted By: hud11 Post Time: 12-08-2011 at 05:09 PM

Sore Baron Davis misses second day of practice with Cavaliers

Cavaliers guard Baron Davis received treatment on his sore back and sat out the second day of practice with the team. Davis has been rumored to be on his way out of Cleveland either via the amnesty clause or a buyout, although club officials have said they have not made a decision on his future with the team. He also could serve as a mentor to rookie point guard Kyrie Irving.

Baron Davis remains out of Cleveland Cavaliers practice: Blogging the Cavs

The point guard is seeking a second opinion on his back problem

Video: Baron Davis Trains for Ping Pong Tournament

  What is the newest sensation sweeping the NBA, you ask? Ping Pong. That’s right, NBA stars are now taking their skills from the hardwood and putting them to the test on the ping-pong table. While Blake Griffin linked with Red Bull for this video, Baron Davis teamed up with TopSpin in an effort to raise awareness for their charity ping pong tournament for local education which...

Cleveland Cavaliers Expected to Waive Baron Davis

To no one’s surprise, the Cavs will likely cut ties with veteran point guard Baron Davis. The Plain Dealer reports: “The Cavaliers and agents representing the 32-year-old Davis spoke Thursday to discuss his future with the franchise, The Plain Dealer has learned. Earlier in the day, Yahoo Sports reported the Cavaliers had planned to waive Davis through the amnesty clause once...

Cavaliers weighing decision on point guard Davis

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) -- Baron Davis remains one of Cleveland's starting guards. That could change at any time.

Cavs weighing whether to keep veteran Davis

Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant says the team has not decided if it will keep or waive veteran guard Baron Davis.

Cavs' Scott has new pupil in Irving

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- Chris Paul hasn't been the same since Cavaliers coach Byron Scott left New Orleans. That's not a shot at Paul, who is still an All-Star and one of the NBA's top five point guards. And Scott hardly deserves all the credit for Paul's success. But Scott was Paul's first NBA coach. That came in 2005-06, after the Hornets made Paul the No. 4...

Press Conference with Byron Scott and Chris Grant (10am Friday)

Forum: Cavs Talk Posted By: wuck Post Time: 12-09-2011 at 11:07 AM
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