Found November 12, 2013 on The League News:
Anthony Bennett was the first overall pick in this year’s NBA draft and was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Cavaliers, who have many great young players were looking to add another young player to the roster and build a playoff contending team this year, at least. However, things haven’t gone according to plan so far ...The post Should Cleveland Cavaliers Send Anthony Bennett to D-League? appeared first on The League News.
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