|Fantasy Points by Week. Note: Points are rounded down.|
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|Last 10 Games|
|Erden done for the year |
|(4/25/12) 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 |
|(4/23/12) 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 |
|(4/22/12) 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 |
|(4/20/12) 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 |
|(4/18/12) Cavaliers center Semih Erden was inactive yet again on Wednesday against the 76ers, the fifth straight game he has missed with a sprained ankle. |
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Cavaliers rally from 17 down, clip Pistons
Antawn Jamison scored 32 points and rookie Kyrie Irving led Cleveland's comeback from a 17-point deficit with 17 points in the fourth quarter, leading the Cavaliers to a 101-100 win over the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night.
Week 9 Start 'Em and Sit 'Em
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Cavaliers' Varejao to miss at least one month with broken wrist
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Irving's return sparks Cavs over Pacers
Rookie Kyrie Irving scored 22 points in his return after missing three games with a concussion, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 98-87 win Wednesday night over the Indiana Pacers, who dropped their fifth straight.
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