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2001–02 Cleveland Cavaliers season

 

2001–02 Cleveland Cavaliers season

season Cleveland Cavaliers
Head coach John Lucas
Arena Gund Arena
Results
Record 29–53 (.354)
Place Division: 7th (Central)
Conference: 14th (Eastern)
Playoff finish did not qualify
Local media
Television Fox Sports Net Ohio · WUAB
Radio WTAM

The 2001-02 Cleveland Cavaliers season was the 32nd season of NBA basketball in Cleveland, Ohio. The Cavaliers finished the season with a 29-53 record, finishing 7th in the Central Division. Lamond Murray was the team's leading scorer and Andre Miller averaged a double-double in points and assists per contest.

Key Dates:

Contents

  • Offseason 1
    • Free Agents 1.1
    • Trades 1.2
  • Draft picks 2
  • Roster 3
  • Regular season 4
    • Standings 4.1
  • Game log 5
    • November 5.1
    • December 5.2
    • January 5.3
    • February 5.4
    • March 5.5
    • April 5.6
  • Player stats 6
  • Awards and records 7
    • Records 7.1
    • Milestones 7.2
    • All-Star 7.3
  • Transactions 8
    • Trades 8.1
    • Free Agents 8.2
    • Development League 8.3
  • References 9

Offseason

Free Agents

Trades

Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality School/Club Team
1 8 Desagana Diop Center  Senegal Oak Hill Academy
1 20* Brendan Haywood Center  United States North Carolina
2 36 Jeff Trepagnier Guard  United States Southern California

*1st round pick acquired from Miami in Shawn Kemp three-way deal with Portland.[1] Haywood traded to Orlando in Michael Doleac deal.[2]

Roster

Regular season

Standings

Central Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div
y-Detroit Pistons 50 32 .610 26–15 24–17 20–8
x-Charlotte Hornets 44 38 .537 6 21–20 23–18 17–11
x-Toronto Raptors 42 40 .512 8 24–17 18–23 17–11
x-Indiana Pacers 42 40 .512 8 25–16 17–24 13–15
Milwaukee Bucks 41 41 .500 9 25–16 16–25 17–11
Atlanta Hawks 33 49 .402 17 23–18 10–31 11–17
Cleveland Cavaliers 29 53 .354 21 20–21 9–32 12–16
Chicago Bulls 21 61 .256 29 14–27 7–34 5–23


Game log

November

Record: ; Home: ; Road:

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Leading scorer Attendance Record
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December

Record: ; Home: ; Road:

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Leading scorer Attendance Record

January

Record: ; Home: ; Road:

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Leading scorer Attendance Record

February

Record: ; Home: ; Road:

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Leading scorer Attendance Record

March

Record: ; Home: ; Road:

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Leading scorer Attendance Record

April

Record: ; Home: ; Road:

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Leading scorer Attendance Record

Player stats

Note: GP= Games played; GS = Games started; MIN= Minutes; FG% = field goal %, FT% = free throw %, 3FG% = 3 point % STL= Steals; BLK = Blocks; AST = Assists; REB = Rebounds; PTS = Points

Regular Season

Playoffs

Awards and records

Records

Milestones

All-Star

Transactions

Trades

Free Agents

Development League

References

  1. ^ Heat acquire forward Brian Grant in a three-way trade with Cleveland and Portland in which Miami sent forward Clarence Weatherspoon, forward Chris Gatling and a conditional first-round draft choice to the Cavaliers; Portland sent Brian Grant to Miami and guard Gary Grant to Cleveland and the Cavaliers sent forward Shawn Kemp to the Trail Blazers. http://www.nba.com/heat/history/keydates_transactions_2000.html
  2. ^ On draft day, Magic trade Michael Doleac to Cavaliers for rights to Brendan Haywood http://www.nbadraft.net/2001.htm
  • Cleveland Cavaliers on Database Basketball
  • Cleveland Cavaliers on Basketball Reference
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