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Category: Cavaliers Legends Prints

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  • Cleveland Arena

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    The Cleveland Arena opened in 1937 and was used until 1974 for professional and amateur sports as well as for other events. The first "Rock-N-Roll Show" ever, The Moondog Coronation Ball, was held at the Cleveland Arena as noted on the Marquee in print 02.

  • The Richfield Coliseum

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    The Coliseum in Richfield opened in October of 1974 and was home to the Cleveland Cavaliers through the 1993-94 basketball season. Every major Rock-N-Roll act in that time frame performed at the Coliseum. Muhammad Ali fought Chuck Wepner at the Coliseum in 1975.

  • 1975-76 Cleveland Cavaliers

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    The 1975-76 Cleveland Cavaliers, "The Miracle of Richfield" team.

  • Austin Carr

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    "Mr. Cavalier," Austin Carr. AC was the Cavaliers' 1st round pick (number one overall) in the 1971 NBA Draft after being one of the greatest College Basketball Players ever at Notre Dame. Carr went on to become a key member of the 1976 "Miracle of Richfield" Cavaliers. Carr has remained with the organization since his retirement as a player in 1981.

  • Bobby "Bingo" Smith

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    Bobby "Bingo" Smith was an Expansion Draft Pick for the Cavaliers in 1970. "Bingo" went on to play 10 seasons for the Cavaliers. Smith was a key player on the 1976 "Miracle of Richfield" Cavaliers team.

  • Campy Russell

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    Michael Campanella "Campy" Russell came to the Cavaliers as a 1st round draft pick in 1974. Campy was a key player on the 1976 "Miracle of Richfield" Cavaliers.

  • Nate Thurmond

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    "Nate The Great" Thurmond was only a member of the Cavaliers for parts of two seasons. Yet, he had a tremendous effect on the Franchise. He taught the young Cavaliers how to win in 1975-76, "The Miracle of Richfield" year. As a testament to the impact that "Nate the Great" had on the Cavaliers franchise his number 42 was retired.

  • Jim Chones

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    Jim Chones was the Cavaliers Starting Center on "The Miracle of Richfield" team. Chones suffered a broken bone in his foot before the start of the Eastern Conference Finals which most likely cost the 1976 Cavaliers a trip to the NBA Finals.

  • Dick Snyder

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    Dick Snyder hit a driving floater against Washington to give the Cavaliers the win in Game Seven of the 1976 NBA Eastern Conference Semi-Finals, "The Miracle Of Richfield"

  • Dick Snyder & Bingo Smith

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    Dick Snyder and Bobby "Bingo" Smith defends against the Chicago Bulls during "The Miracle of Richfield" season in 1976.

  • Jim Cleamons

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    Jim Cleamons was the Cavaliers Point Guard on "The Miracle Of Richfield" team. Cleamons plucked an errant Bingo Smith shot out of the air and put it in the basket at the buzzer to give the Cavaliers a 92-91 win in Game 5 of the series win over Washington.

  • Mark Price

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    Mark Price joined the Cavaliers in a 1986 Draft Night trade after being the 2nd round pick of the Dallas Mavericks. Price went on to become a 4 time All Star, an All NBA Player and a member of the "Dream Team II" Price was also a 2 time winner of the NBA 3 point Shootout.

  • Brad Daugherty

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    Brad Daugherty came to the Cavaliers as the number overall pick in the 1986 NBA Draft via a trade with Philadelphia. Daugherty went on to become a 5 time NBA All Star before a back injury forced his retirement at the young age of 28.

  • Larry Nance

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    Larry Nance came to the Cavaliers in a 1988 trade deadline deal with Phoenix. Nance teamed with Mark Price and Brad Daugherty to led the Cavaliers to the most successful extended period in franchise history.

  • Ron Harper

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    Ron Harper was drafted 8th overall by the Cavaliers in 1986. Harper was traded by the Cavaliers in November 1989 for the rights to Danny Ferry.

  • Zydrunas Ilgauskas

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    In spite of enduring several surgeries on his feet and missing virtually two seasons early in his career "Big Z" Zydrunas Ilgauskas went on to become the Cavaliers all time leader in games played, rebounds and blocked shots. The Cavaliers retired the number 11 worn by "Big Z" on March 8, 2014.

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