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Cleveland Cavaliers Worst Small Forward of the Century: Ira Newble

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With 56% of the voting, Ira Newble is the runaway winner of the Cleveland Cavaliers worst small forward of the century voting.

Newble knocked out Cedric Henderson and Sasha Pavlovic to lift the trophy in a blow out.

Ira played in the NBA in eight different seasons for the San Antonio Spurs, Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Seattle SuperSonics and Los Angeles Lakers.

In his Cavalier days, Newble played 236 career games with a PER at 8.0. In his 18 minute per game he scored 4.1 points, grabbed 2.5 rebounds and dished out 0.8 assists per game.

At age 30 in 2004-2005 he had his finest NBA season. He played in 74 games, while starting 69, for the Cavaliers and played 25 minutes a night. He scored 6 points per game and tallied 3 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game.