Found March 16, 2012 on Waiting For Next Year:

In the coming and going of players in the past few days for the Cavaliers, a familiar face is coming back. Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal reports that the corresponding roster move with buying out three-point specialist Jason Kapono, acquired in the Sessions trade on Thursday, would be to sign Harris for the rest of the season. Manny signed two 10-day contracts with the wine and gold, and his second expired last Monday. The combo guard out of Michigan has played 3 games for the Cavs this season, scoring 9 points, all in one game against Chicago. Harris was averaging 21.4 points, 7.9 rebounds, and 3.3 assists with the Canton Charge of the NBA D-League in 17 games before signing with Cleveland. So for those keeping score at home, Sessions and Eyenga are out, Walton, Harris, and Sloan are in.

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