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Larry Hughes returns to practice
If, like me, you depend on The Plain Dealer for the best inside dirt on the Cavaliers, you've been getting hosed the last few days. Because it's been the Akron Beacon-Journal's Brian Windhorst who's reported on Larry Hughes's returning to practice, the Knicks' possible interest in swapping Channing Frye for Drew Gooden, and the Cavaliers interest in starting their own developmental league team — a move that would make them only the second NBA team, behind the Lakers, to have its own D-League team. The team would play at The Q, Windhorst reports, and would play basketball uglier than Gheorghe Muresan on percocet and Cuervo. — Joe P. Tone


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