Cavs still are working on James' support staff

Deveney, Sun
October 2004
Sporting News;10/25/2004, Vol. 228 Issue 43, p56
The article reports that the basketball team Cleveland Cavaliers must make playoffs this season, after finishing one game out of a postseason spot last year. Point guard Jeff McInnis, who has been the best player not named LeBron James in Cavaliers camp, will join Zydrunas Ilgauskas on the open market. Cavaliers had to make some drastic changes to the roster this summer after the bungled loss of power forward Carlos Boozer to Utah, an embarrassment that has subjected Cavaliers' front office to intense criticism.


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