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    Cavaliers have new backup big man as Larry Sanders comes out of retirement

    by the web
    Mar 14, 2017
    The Cavaliers, who bowed to the Rockets on Sunday, next take on the Detroit Pistons and Sanders could join the squad in the home game but not expected to be in the active roster. Sanders, a 6-foot-11 forward-center will earn $208,000 this season, accordin

    THE Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday (Tuesday, Manila time) have signed Larry Sanders, who returns to the NBA after two years.

    Sanders fills the spot vacated by Andrew Bogut who suffered a leg fracture 58 seconds into his debut with the Cavaliers.

    [See Cavs coach Tyronn Lue impressed after first meeting with free agent Larry Sanders]

    Looking to beef up the middle, the Cavaliers hope to get some boost from Sanders, only 28.

    Sanders retired at 26 in 2015 citing mental issues, later revealing he entered a facility to treat anxiety and mood disorders.

    [See Tristan Thompson confident Cavaliers will be fine without Andrew Bogut]

    The Cavaliers, who bowed to the Rockets on Sunday, next take on the Detroit Pistons and Sanders could join the squad in the home game but not expected to be in the active roster.

    Sanders, a 6-foot-11 forward-center will earn $208,000 this season, according to cleveland.com.

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    The Cavaliers, who bowed to the Rockets on Sunday, next take on the Detroit Pistons and Sanders could join the squad in the home game but not expected to be in the active roster. Sanders, a 6-foot-11 forward-center will earn $208,000 this season, accordin
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