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    Default Cavaliers May Take Chaney...........

    April 30, 2004 -- Don Chaney could resurface on the shores of Lake Erie. With the Cavaliers firing assistant coach Bob Donewald yesterday, Chaney has emerged as a top candidate, with the chance of being reunited with his former Celtic buddy Paul Silas.
    The search process hasn't begun, a source said, but Silas is looking for a veteran assistant. Silas told The Post on Feb. 22 that he would consider hiring the former Knick head coach in the summer, saying he'd be a good influence on LeBron James. Donewald did most of his work with James. "It's certainly a possibility," Silas told The Post before LeBron's Garden debut. "[Don's] a special man."

    Chaney, unceremoniously fired on Jan. 15, was last seen being escorted out of the Garden, holding his briefcase. Chaney is still on the Knick payroll through next season. He's been holed up in Houston for months. He spent the first couple of a weeks living at his home in Connecticut, but needed to get away from the furor and has since alternated between his homes in Houston and Galveston.
    What are the Cavaliers smoking? ????

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    probably the strongest drug known to man

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    Originally Posted by Hoagies99
    probably the strongest drug known to man
    LMAO true true.........
    I bet chaney's happy........

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    the guy was an amazing player but im not too sure about his coaching

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    Originally Posted by dtol17
    the guy was an amazing player but im not too sure about his coaching
    i really dont think he was that great of a player........

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    "[Don's] a special man."
    o yea hes SPECIAL all rite
    specially horrible lol
    did they not notice how bad the knicks were under him or were they just worse?

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    Originally Posted by pyotrveliky
    "[Don's] a special man."
    o yea hes SPECIAL all rite
    specially horrible lol
    did they not notice how bad the knicks were under him or were they just worse?
    I KNOW WE WERE UNDER .500
    LIKE EVERY YEAR...
    I HATE HIM!
    I WISH WE STILL HAD JEFF VAN GUNDY...
    HE WAS A GREAT COACH......
    WHY'D HE HAVE TO LEAVE????

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    van gundy left because he knew everything was gonna collape with the overpaid salaries and lack of good play

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