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Check out what Brian Windhorst, Akron Beacon Sports Writer has to say on Akron Beacon Journal Ohio.Com about the Cavaliers offense, their latest routine and some injury updates.
“I am worried about the offensive flow,” Brown said. “Today, we put our guys in different situations and pointed out where the openings are and did it again, and again and again until we got it right. We need to do that until our guys are conditioned to attack different defenses.”
CALL ‘EM FFBT – Last season it was Usher’s double C, now Damon Jones, Larry Hughes and James have a new little routine sure to catch on with fans. During introductions, and after big plays, they are prone to giving each other two low-fives, then a wave, then posing with their arms crossed as if they were having their picture taken.
“We’re all just superheros,” said Jones when asked to explain the little skit. “We’re F.F.B.T., and I’m not going to tell you what it stands for and never will. All I can tell you is that the `T’ stands for team
INJURY UPDATE – Drew Gooden, who has tendinitis in his right knee, and Hughes, who has a sprained finger, sat out practice again Monday. They are listed as day-to-day. Ira Newble practiced but is listed as doubtful for the preseason finale Wednesday with a sprained foot. The injury has limited him since the second day of practice. Luke Jackson returned to practice after missing the game Sunday with a sprained right ankle. He’s probable for Wednesday.
MARTY STAYING PUT – Brown said the Cavs will not send second-round draft pick Martynas Andriuskevicius to the NBA Development League. He isn’t expected to be on the active roster, and the team has decided to keep him with them for practices and workouts for the time being. Brown did say that if they keep swingman Kelenna Azubuike, which is looking bleaker by the day despite his impressive play, he would be a candidate to be sent down.”
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