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Cleveland Cavaliers Worst of the Century: Point Guard

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None of these guys had photos available so you get to look at Byron Scott laughing.
None of these guys had photos available so you get to look at Byron Scott laughing.

The initial position on the Cleveland Cavaliers Worst of the Century team will belong to one man from a trio of point guards who played too many minutes for the Cavaliers earlier in the decade.

As I mentioned before I didn't include players who played insignificant minutes because the Cavs realized they were bad and got rid of them. It was pretty wild to look back and see some of the guys who actually did get some minutes for the Cavs 8-10 years ago. There definitely were plenty of people I had never heard of.

After the jump I'll introduce you to the three candidates and then it's up to you to vote away and decide who the worst one was.

Milt Palacio, 2002-2003: Milt played just a single season with the team and played in 80 games while starting 46. He shot 41.8% from the field and 21.6% from deep. He played 24.7 minutes per game and averaged 5.0 points, 2.9 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game for the franchise. His Cavaliers PER was 8.2.

Eric Snow, 2004-2008: Mr. Snow found his way out to the court for 267 games with the Cavs and started 147 of them. He shot 39.4% from the field and 23.0% from three. He played 24.1 minutes per game and averaged 4.0 points, 2.1 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game. His Cavaliers PER was 8.3.

DaJuan Wagner, 2002-2005: The youngster played for the Cavs from the age of 19 until 21 and wasn't able to mount any type of NBA career after he left town either. He played in 102 games and started 28. He hit 36.5% from the field and 31.8% from three. He played 21.5 minutes per game and averaged 9.4 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game. His Cavaliers PER was 9.9.

I'll let the voting go for a couple days and then the winner will be announced to you soon. Vote away!