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1988–89 Cleveland Cavaliers season

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1988–89 Cleveland Cavaliers season

Cleveland Cavaliers season
Head coach Lenny Wilkens
Arena Richfield Coliseum
Results
Record 57–25 (.695)
Place Division: 2nd (Central)
Conference: 3rd (Eastern)
Playoff finish East First Round
(Eliminated 2-3)

Local media
Television WOIO
Radio WRMR (850 AM)[1]

The 1988-89 Cleveland Cavaliers season was the 20th season of NBA basketball in Cleveland, Ohio. The Cavaliers finished the season with a 57-25 record, setting the Cleveland Cavalier franchise high. This was tied for 2nd best in the NBA, finishing 2nd in the Central Division. Mark Price, Brad Daugherty and Larry Nance were selected as All-Stars.

Key Dates:

Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality School/Club Team
1 22 Randolph Keys Forward  United States Southern Miss
3 64 Winston Bennett Forward  United States Kentucky

Roster

[3]

Brad Daugherty
Chris Dudley
Craig Ehlo
Ron Harper
Phil Hubbard
Randolph Keys
Larry Nance
Mark Price
Tree Rollins
Mike Sanders (basketball)
Darnell Valentine
John "Hot Rod" Williams

Regular Depth Chart

Player Salaries

Regular season

Season standings

Central Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div
y-Detroit Pistons 63 19 .768 37–4 26–15 20–10
x-Cleveland Cavaliers 57 25 .695 6 37–4 20–21 19–11
x-Atlanta Hawks 52 30 .634 11 33–8 19–22 20–10
x-Milwaukee Bucks 49 33 .598 14 31–10 18–23 11–19
x-Chicago Bulls 47 35 .573 16 30–11 17–24 12–18
Indiana Pacers 28 54 .341 35 20–21 8–33 8–22
# Eastern Conference
Team W L PCT GB
1 z-Detroit Pistons 63 19 .768
2 y-New York Knicks 52 30 .634 11
3 x-Cleveland Cavaliers 57 25 .695 6
4 x-Atlanta Hawks 52 30 .634 11
5 x-Milwaukee Bucks 49 33 .598 14
6 x-Chicago Bulls 47 35 .573 16
7 x-Philadelphia 76ers 46 36 .561 17
8 x-Boston Celtics 42 40 .512 21
9 Washington Bullets 40 42 .488 23
10 Indiana Pacers 28 54 .341 35
11 New Jersey Nets 26 56 .317 37
12 Charlotte Hornets 20 62 .244 43

Notes

  • z, y – division champions
  • x – clinched playoff spot

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

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# Date Visitor Score Home OT Leading scorer Attendance Record

February

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# 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

Playoffs

East First Round

(3) Cleveland Cavaliers vs. (6) Chicago Bulls: Bulls win series 3-2

  • Game 1 @ The Coliseum, Richfield (April 28): Chicago 95, Cleveland 88
  • Game 2 @ The Coliseum, Richfield (April 30): Cleveland 96, Chicago 88
  • Game 3 @ Chicago Stadium, Chicago (May 3): Chicago 101, Cleveland 94
  • Game 4 @ Chicago Stadium, Chicago (May 5): Cleveland 108, Chicago 105
  • Game 5 @ The Coliseum, Richfield (May 7): Chicago 101, Cleveland 100

Last Playoff Meeting: 1988 Eastern Conference First Round (Chicago won 3-2)

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

Awards

Records

Milestones

All-Star

Transactions

Trades

Free Agents

Development League

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ a b Phoenix dealt Larry Nance and Mike Sanders, along with Detroit's first round pick in 1988 to Cleveland in exchange for the Cavs' first- and second-round draft picks in 1988, and players Kevin Johnson, Mark West and Tyrone Corbin. http://www.nba.com/suns/history/00646999.html
  3. ^ http://www.nba.com/historical/search/index.jsp?t=1010&y=1988#results
  • Cleveland Cavaliers on Database Basketball
  • Cleveland Cavaliers on Basketball Reference
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