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"Year 2" for the Cavs begins day after Christmas
Terry Pluto says the Cavs return from the lockout hoping to re-identify themselves in the second year of the post-Lebron James era
by WKSU's AMANDA RABINOWITZ


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The Cavs tip off the shortened NBA season December 26 vs. Toronto.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers return from the NBA lockout the day after Christmas against Toronto. WKSU commentator Terry Pluto calls this shortened season “Year 2” for Cavs fans. He’s referring to the second year after LeBron James left Cleveland for Miami. Terry Pluto talks with WKSU's Amanda Rabinowitz about what fans can expect from a young team that’s still trying to find its identity – and talent – after the LeBron era.

Terry Pluto: Cavs begin "Year 2"

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Terry Pluto: Browns vs. Steelers

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