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1983-84 Cleveland Cavaliers Transactions

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Record: 28-54, Finished 4th in NBA Central Division (Schedule and Results)
Coach: Tom Nissalke (28-54)

PTS/G: 102.3 (22nd of 23) ▪ Opp PTS/G: 106.5 (7th of 23)
SRS: -3.71 (21st of 23) ▪ Pace: 97.4 (21st of 23)
Off Rtg: 104.1 (21st of 23) ▪ Def Rtg: 108.5 (18th of 23)
Expected W-L: 30-52 (21st of 23)

Arena: Coliseum at Richfield ▪ Attendance: 208,094 (23rd of 23)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984.
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August 16, 1983

Traded Darren Tillis to the Golden State Warriors for a 1986 2nd round draft pick (Johnny Newman was later selected).

September 6, 1983

Traded a 1987 2nd round draft pick (Lester Fonville was later selected) to the Portland Trail Blazers for Linton Townes.

October 14, 1983

Purchased Ben Poquette from the Utah Jazz.

October 19, 1983

Waived Steve Hayes.

October 25, 1983

Waived Linton Townes.

March 10, 1984

Signed Geoff Crompton as a free agent.

June 19, 1984

Drafted Tim McCormick in the 1st round (12th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Ron Anderson in the 2nd round (27th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Ben McDonald in the 3rd round (50th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Leonard Mitchell in the 3rd round (60th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Art Aaron in the 4th round (73rd pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Vince Hinchen in the 5th round (96th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Matt Doherty in the 6th round (119th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Joe Jakubick in the 7th round (142nd pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Elliot Beard in the 8th round (165th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted John Shimko in the 9th round (187th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Drafted Darrell Space in the 10th round (209th pick) of the 1984 NBA Draft.

Traded Tim McCormick and Cliff Robinson to the Washington Bullets for Melvin Turpin.