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9 Semih Erden C
Height/Weight: 7-0/240 | Birthdate: 7/28/1986 | Birthplace: Gazlosmanpasa, Istanbul, Turkey | Team: | College: No College | NBA Experience: 2 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0 | Average Draft Position: 40.00

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Erden done for the year


(4/25/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was declared out for the season on Wednesday, with just two games remaining. This will stretch his games-missed streak to 10 to close the season, as he has been dealing with an ankle injury.

Erden listed as inactive


(4/23/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was listed as inactive for Monday night's contest against the Grizzlies due to an ankle injury. He has now missed eight straight games with his ailment.

Erden still out


(4/22/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was ruled inactive for Sunday night's contest against the Spurs, due to an ankle injury that has now kept him out for seven games in a row.

Still no Erden


(4/20/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was ruled inactive for Friday night's contest against the Knicks due to an ankle injury. Erden has now missed six straight games with his injury.

Erden remains out


(4/18/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was inactive yet again on Wednesday against the 76ers, the fifth straight game he has missed with a sprained ankle.

Erden remains inactive


(4/18/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was ruled inactive for Tuesday night's contest against the Pistons due to an ankle injury. Erden has now missed four straight games with his injury.

Erden remains out


(4/15/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden remained inactive on Sunday against the Magic, as he continues to deal with a sprained ankle. He told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that he is four or five days from returning to practice, however he hopes to return to the floor before the season ends.

Erden to miss next two


(4/12/2012) The injury-riddled Cavaliers will be without yet another player for at least a few games, as the team has confirmed that center Semih Erden will not travel on the team’s upcoming road trip, meaning he will miss Friday’s game against the Pacers, as well as Saturday in Washington. Erden suffered a sprained ankle on Wednesday night.

Erden suffers ankle sprain


(4/11/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was forced to leave Wednesday's game against the Pacers with an ankle sprain in the second quarter. He went to the locker room for X-rays, which came back negative, and he would not return to the game. He finished with two points, two rebounds and a steal in five minutes of playing time.

Erden in double figures


(4/3/2012) Cleveland center Semih Erden played 12 minutes off the bench on Tuesday in a blowout loss to the Spurs. Erden shot 4 of 7 from the field and scored 11 points off the bench. He grabbed three rebounds and added a steal.

Erden out of rotation


(3/4/2012) Cleveland coach Byron Scott switched up the rotation on Saturday night, as center Semih Erden did not get into the game. Erden had been benched in a game prior to the All-Star break due to lack of effort and it seems Scott is mixing it up again. The Cavs lost to the Wizards on Saturday, 101-98.

Erden to remain a starter


(2/28/2012) The News-Herald reports Tuesday that the Cavaliers will continue to start Semih Erden at center for the night's game against the Celtics. Erden had been benched in a game prior to the All-Star break due to lack of effort.

Erden remains in the starting five


(2/22/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was not limited in Wednesday’s game against New Orleans by the eye injury that forced him to leave Tuesday’s game and receive four stitches. However, he did receive just seven minutes of playing time in the Cavs’ 89-94 loss to the Hornets, as the team decided to lean heavily on Ryan Hollins in the second half. Erden finished with four points on 2 of 4 shooting with three rebounds, but he struggled with Hornets’ center Chris Kaman’s size in the game, which is likely why Hollins was used so extensively.

Erden receives stitches in win


(2/21/2012) Cleveland center Semih Erden was limited to 16 minutes on Tuesday night after he received four stitches over his right eye. Erden has also been playing through a bruised wrist. He shot 2 for 5 from the field and went 1 for 2 at the charity stripe, finishing with five points. The big man added three boards in Cleveland's 101-100 win.

Erden ineffective with injury


(2/19/2012) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was in the starting lineup on Sunday against Sacramento, playing through a bruised wrist suffered on Friday. Erden was extremely limited in the game, playing just 16 minutes and missing his only field goal attempt to finish the game with no points. He did grab three rebounds and three assists while blocking a shot, but Erden did not look comfortable scoring.

Erden to play Sunday


(2/18/2012) Cleveland center Semih Erden is expected to start on Sunday against the Kings despite his sore left wrist, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Erden was injured on Friday.

Erden leaves with bruised wrist


(2/18/2012) Starting in place of Anderson Varejao, who is out with a broken wrist, Cavaliers C Semih Erden sustained a wrist injury of his own on Friday against Miami. Luckily, Erden's does not appear as serious as Anderson’s, as it was diagnosed as just a bruise, though the left wrist injury did cause him to have to leave the game with less than a minute remaining in the third quarter. He did not return, though it’s possible that he may have been able to return had the game been closer, as the Cavaliers were down by 26 when he left. Erden finished the game with six points, four rebounds and two assists in 15 minutes as the Cavaliers lost 111-87.

Erden has career performance


(2/16/2012) Cavaliers C Semih Erden got the start again on Wednesday night against Pacers and had a career performance. He set a personal best with 18 points and hauled in eight rebounds in the 98-87 win. He was an efficient 7 for 8 from the floor and made 4 of 7 free throws while playing 32 minutes. Erden also chipped in with an assist and a steal in the victory. "He was more aggressive on both ends of the floor," coach Byron Scott said. "I thought he was a little more comfortable."

Erden to remain starter


(2/13/2012) Coach Byron Scott confirmed on Monday that C Semih Erden will be his starting center on Wednesday against the Pacers. Erden made his first start of the season on last Saturday against the 76ers and was held scoreless over 14 minutes. “I gotta give him a chance,” Scott said of Erden. “I think [Hibbert] is a great challenge for him. I’m hoping that last game was one of those where he felt [depressed] for Andy, because a lot of our guys did. And this game he’ll look at as ‘I’ve got a golden opportunity here. I better try and take advantage of it.’ ”

Erden struggles in start


(2/11/2012) Cavaliers C Semih Erden earned his first start of the season during Saturday night's contest against the 76ers. Erden, who started in place of the injured Anderson Varejao, failed to score in the 99-84 defeat. He missed both of his shot attempts and added just three rebounds to his stat line, while logging 14 minutes off the bench.

Coach 'disappointed' with Erden


(1/30/2012) Cavaliers coach Byron Scott said Sunday that Cavaliers C Semih Erden will continue to ride the bench until he shows improvement, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Erden has not played in the past four games, including Sunday against Boston. "I think I gave him a fair chance. I was a little disappointed," Scott said. "I'm hoping these three games he hasn't played gets in his head and when he gets another opportunity he takes advantage of it."

Erden nets career-high 14 points


(1/17/2012) Cleveland C Semih Erden played one of his better games on Tuesday despite a home loss to Golden State. Erden scored a career-high 14 points in 15 minutes as he went 6 of 8 from the field. He added two free throws and grabbed three rebounds in the defeat. Erden had two offensive rebounds for the Cavaliers.

Erden makes debut in loss


(1/9/2012) After missing the first seven games of the season with a broken right thumb, Cavaliers C Semih Erden was able to make his first appearance of the season on Sunday, playing five minutes at the end of the Cavs’ 98-78 loss to Portland. In those minutes, he managed to grab his first rebound and score his first point of the season, as he went to the free throw line and missed one of his two shots. He did not attempt a field goal in the game and picked up a personal foul.

Erden back to practicing


(1/2/2012) Cleveland C Semih Erden (thumb) was able to take part in practice on Monday for the first time since coming to training camp with a broken right thumb, reports the team's official site. Erden does not have a timetable to play in games yet, however.

Erden a couple weeks away


(12/26/2011) The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Cavaliers C Semih Erden will be inactive for Monday's season opener against the Raptors as he continues to recover from a broken thumb. He is expected to start practicing with limited contact next week and is likely two weeks away from playing.