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The Cleveland Cavaliers announced on Monday that first round pick Anthony Bennett will miss the next three weeks with a left patellar tendon strain. Bennett had an MRI on Sunday at the Cleveland Clinic that revealed the strain.
The injury kept Bennett out of one game, and may have been a contributing factor in his limited minutes over the last two weeks.
Jason Lloyd is also reporting that Kyrie Irving missed practice Monday because of an illness.
For the season, Bennett averages 4.1 points per game and 2.9 rebounds. In February, he averaged 7.2 points and 4.8 rebounds.
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BEST OF MAXIM
Due to a strain in his left patellar tendon, Cleveland Cavaliers rookie, Anthony Bennett, will be out for approximately three weeks. Anthony Bennett is averaging 4.1 PPG, 2.9 RPG, and 0.3 APG this season.
The rookie certainly has fallen short of moderate expectations, but some of that can be due to a lack of significant amount of minutes. This season, Bennett is averaging 12.7 MPG...
Ups and downs of the Cleveland CavaliersLast month, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ locker room was filled with hope and positive energy. This was due to the Cavaliers reeling off a six game win streak. The talk in the city was that the Cavaliers were finally going to make the playoffs.
Sixteen days since the Cavaliers ended their six game win streak in Toronto, the positive outlooks...
It’s been a rough rookie season for Anthony Bennett.
He has already been labeled by some as the worst #1 pick ever after struggling mightily this year. Now he has a left patellar tendon strain and is out for 3 weeks:
Cavaliers announce that rookie forward Anthony Bennett has a left patellar tendon strain and will be out three weeks.
— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) March...
Anthony Bennett has been diagnosed with left patellar tendon strain, the Cleveland Cavaliers announced on Monday.
Bennett will be out approximately three weeks while receiving treatment and continued evaluation.
The Cleveland Cavaliers lost on Saturday against the New York Knicks with a final score 97-107. The loss brought the Cavaliers to 24-40. They are in 4th place in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference. The Cavaliers are scheduled to travel to Arizona tomorrow to take on the Phoenix Suns.On February 19th, while the Cavaliers faced the Orlando Magic, guard C.J. Miles went to...
Remember when Cleveland Cavalier's owner Dan Gilbert said, “The Cleveland Cavaliers will win a NBA championship before Lebron James?” That statement alone sums up Clevelandsports. The city of Clevelandhas been the land of professional sports heartbreak for what seems like forever. The return of one, King James could not only right that ship, but also salvage a relationship...
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– Cavs put on a spectacle for Big Z… While Saturday’s loss to the New York Knicks turned out to be a hard one to watch, the pregame and halftime celebrations were something to behold. The Cavaliers set out to honor franchise legend and fan-favorite Zydrunas Ilgauskas by retiring...
I know this sounds crazy but hear me out, Cleveland Cavaliers are going down a dark deep path. Its not for success but for destruction and I don't see it getting any better anytime soon. Yes, they are fortunate enough to win #1 overall draft picks but what sense does that make if they don't make the right pick? What sense does it make if they don't have the right staffing...
This past Saturday, the Cleveland Cavaliers held a ceremony to retire the #11 jersey of Zydrunas Ilgauskas, or “Big Z”.
Ilgauskas, who played in the NBA from 1996-2011, was a fan favorite in Cleveland. He was one of those players who kept his head down, avoided dissension, and got work done. He spent all but one season in Cleveland, and it would be difficult to find a more productive...
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5TH QUARTER MAG - Exclusive sports rumors and gossipAfter attending Zydrunas Ilgauskas’ halftime retirement ceremony, the predictable speculation about LeBron James’ return to Cleveland has already started to..Cleveland Cavaliers still hoping to lure LeBron James back
The Cleveland Cavaliers retired Zydrunas Ilgauskas’ number 11 on Saturday night during halftime of their game against the Knicks. Here are highlights from the ceremony and career highlights of Zydrunas’ career.
One man, one letter, one hell of a human being
Everyone has a story. If you are a fan of Cleveland Sports, be it in passion or in passing, odds are that you have a story with Zydrunas Ilgauskas serving as the central character. If you frequented Cleveland’s warehouse district during the early aughts, chances are you saw a late-20s Ilgauskas alone at a nightclub, leaning against...
The Cleveland Cavaliers retired Zydrunas Ilgauskas’ No. 11 jersey in an emotional ceremony on Friday night. Ilgauskas, 38, played 12 seasons for the Cavaliers (1997-2010) and one season for the Miami Heat (2010-2011). The 7-foot-3 center finished with 10,976 points, 6,191 rebounds, 1,327 blocks and 955 assists in 843 career regular season games played. Ilgauskas joins Austin...