More changes are being made involving the Cleveland Cavaliers in game presentation.
A week after the Cavs showed Michael Reghi the door with two years left on his contract, owner Dan Gilbert is now changing his public address announcer, reported 5 On Your Side sports director Chris Miller.
Ronnie Duncan lasted just one year amid a firestorm of complaints for his colorful style. Duncan said Monday that his contributions weren’t truly appreciated by the team, but he holds no ill feelings.
A statement released by the Cavs said, “The Cleveland Cavaliers will not be extending Ronnie Duncan’s contract as our in-game public address announcer for the 2006-2007 season. Our agreement with Mr. Duncan was a one-year contract, which expired at the conclusion of the past season. The Cavaliers will launch a search immediately to hire a new announcer.”