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As week two begins, here is what to expect as the season inches closer ...
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The Wine and Gold open preseason action on Tuesday night against division foe the Milwaukee Bucks at Quicken Loans Arena. Tipoff is at 7:00 p.m.
Cleveland fans will get their first look at some of the new additions to the Cavaliers roster including draft picks Anthony Bennett, Sergey Karasev, Carrick Felix and free agent pickups Jarrett Jack and Earl Clark.
Milwaukee also revamped their roster this past offseason, acquiring Brandon Knight, Caron Butler, Luke Ridnour via trades and O.J. Mayo, Zaza Pachulia and Carlos Delfino through free agency.
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Following the game against the Bucks, the Cavaliers hit the hardwood on Wednesday and Thursday at Cleveland Clinic Courts for practice.
Get the latest on the Wine and Gold as cavs.com Beat Writer Joe Gabriele recaps each day in his Practice Notebook.
The Cavaliers travel to the Sunshine State on Friday night to take on the Orlando Magic at 7:00 p.m. for their second preseason tilt of the week.
The matchup features the first and second overall picks in the 2013 NBA Draft as Anthony Bennett and Victor Oladipo square off for the first time.
This “Tiptober”, FOX Sports Ohio and SportsTime Ohio are excited to announce that for the first time, all eight Cavaliers preseason games will be televised. Five games will be on FOX Sports Ohio and a special three-game package will be on SportsTime Ohio.
You can also catch all of the action by tuning into the Cavaliers flagship radio station WTAM 1100.
Cavaliers center Tyler Zeller experienced a left hip flexor strain during the third quarter of the annual Cavaliers intrasquad Wine & Gold Scrimmage this past Saturday afternoon. Subsequent physical examination and MRI at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health confirmed the strain. He is receiving treatment and participated in select non-contact elements of practice today. Zeller will continue to receive treatment and, as a precaution, is not expected to play in tomorrow’s preseason game at The Q vs. the Milwaukee Bucks. His status will be updated as appropriate.