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Canton Charge guard Harris named NBADL Performer of the Week


Manny Harris of the Canton Charge has been named NBA Development League Performer of the Week for the week of February 13-19.

The Charge had a good week going 2-0.

This is Harris’ second time he has been named as the NBA D-League Performer of the week this season. He also was named on January 30.

With the award, Harris becomes the first player to be named twice as a winner of the award this season.

Manny Harris #6 of the Cavaliers in 2011 (photo by Bridget samuels via wikipedia commons)

Harris, who’s real name is Corperryale L’Adorable Harris, which is a combination of his cousin Corrine, uncle Perry, “ale” is from siblings Janelle, Jerrelle and Al.

The 6’5, 185-pound Harris, a graduate of the University of Michigan, averaged 41.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists while shooting 56 percent from the floor last week.

He had a season-high 46 points in a 136-113 win over the Rio Grande Valley Vipers on February 16, before finishing the week with a 36-point performance on February 18 in another win over the Vipers, 135-132.

For the season, Harris is averaging 21.4 points, 7.9 rebounds and 3.3 assists for Canton in 17 games.


Info compiled from NBADL, Canton Charge, Radio & TV news

Former OSU star Mullens gets traded to Charlotte Bobcats


Byron Mullens (NBA photo)

Former Ohio State center Byron Mullens may have received the break he’s been waiting for; a trade.

The Charlotte Bobcats acquired the 22-year-old native of Canal Winchester, Ohio from the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for a 2013 second-round draft choice.

The Bobcats hope he can pickup the void left by the loss of Kwame Brown, who left to sign with Golden State Warriors.

The 7-foot, 275-pound Mullens had an up-and-down player with the Thunder. He could not crack the regular or backup rotation playing behind Kendrick Perkins, Nazr Mohammed and Cole Aldrich and spent time in the NBA Developmental League with Tulsa more than in Oklahoma City.

He only played in 26 games the last two seasons.

Info compiled from Oklahoma City Thunder & Charlotte Bobcats news


Cavaliers rout Pistons; Ilgauskas might return as early as Monday

Cleveland, Ohio.–The Cavaliers just keep trucking along with a 104-79 drubbing of the Detroit Pistons. Cleveland has won seven in a row and 13 of their past 14 games.

The NBA’s top team is playing so well without a true center that it’s almost unbelievable what they’ve accomplished. But the good news is that Zydrunas Ilgauskas, a fan favorite might be returning as early as Monday March 22, the first day he is eligle to resign with Cleveland.

Cleveland did not need a big game from LeBron James. He scored 15 points and had 7 assists and sat the entire fourth quarter.

The role players took turns beating down the Pistons, J.J. Hickson and Anthony Parker combined for 20 points in the third quarter, and Leon Powe chipped in with 16 points.

The Cavaliers swept the season series from Detroit for the first time in 30 years. Detroit used to dominate this series every year.

J.J. Hickson Cavaliers (nba)

* Zydrunas Ilgauskas has been back in Cleveland for a few days. He was dealt to Washington at the trade deadline as part of a three-team deal that brought Antawn Jamison and Sebastian Telfair to Cleveland. Ilgauskas’ contract was bought out and his 30-day league-imposed delay has expired.

His agent, Herb Rudoy, said that he and Cavaliers general manager Danny Ferry will negotiate a contract immediately. His “Z’s” first game back could be in New Orleans. His first home game could be next Sunday against Sacramento.

* The Cavaliers haven’t lost to a team with a losing record since November 18, 2009.

* LeBron James was honored before the game for becoming the youngest player to reach 15,000 points in his career (25 years, 79 days). He surpassed Kobe Bryant (27 years, 136 days) on Friday.

* Darnell Jackson was recalled from the NBA Developmental League after spending one with the Erie BayHawks.