Cavaliers' Eyenga And Harangody Sent Back To D-League

It comes as no surprise, but Christian Eyenga and Luke Harangody have been sent back down to the Cleveland Cavaliers' NBA D-League affiliate, the Canton Charge.

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Eyenga has played in just one of the Cavs' last ten games, missing some action with an injury he sustained when he cut his toe in the locker room before the team's game against Boston. Harangody played 10 minutes against the Knicks last Wednesday and recorded six minutes against the Bulls on March 2.

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Both players have seen inconsistent minutes in their time with the Cleveland this season and have split time between Canton and the NBA bench. It is not clear yet whether this move will signify another move pending with the trade deadline just nine days away, as both players have guaranteed roster spots for the year.

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The Cavs also have to make a decision with regards to Manny Harris, who is in his second 10-day contract. The shooting guard will either be released or extended through the rest of the season. Harris scored nine points in 18 minutes against Chicago, but did not play against Washington or Utah as Byron Scott opted instead to go with Anthony Parker and Daniel Gibson, as well as extended minutes for Ramon Sessions.

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