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Cleveland Cavaliers Worst of the Century: Power Forward

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April 11, 2012; Cleveland, OH, USA: A member of the Cleveland Cavaliers girls performs during the game against the Indiana Pacers at Quicken Loans Arena.  Mandatory Credit: Eric P. Mull-USPRESSWIRE
April 11, 2012; Cleveland, OH, USA: A member of the Cleveland Cavaliers girls performs during the game against the Indiana Pacers at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: Eric P. Mull-USPRESSWIRE

Today you will have the glorious opportunity to vote on the worst power forward of the Cleveland Cavaliers since the 2000-2001 season.

As usual, the players up for the title are not simply guys who didn't play many minutes and were cut. These guys actually stuck it out on the roster for quite awhile and played legit minutes.

After the jump, read about the three candidates and you will then be able to cast your vote.

Jawad Williams, 2008-2011: In 90 career games spanning just 13 minutes per night, the North Carolina product tallied just 340 points. The 6'9 Ohio native notched just 3.8 points, 1.5 rebounds and 0.6 assists per game and shot below 40% from the field and beyond the arc. Perhaps most alarmingly, Williams averaged only 4.2 rebounds per 36 minutes. Do you remember a certain player named Ryan Hollins who was a very bad center for the Cavs? Well, he was one of the worst rebounding bigs ever and he even averaged 6.3 rebounds per 36! Jawad's PER with Cleveland finished at a meek 7.1.

Luke Harangody, 2010-current: 'Gody has played 15 minutes per game in his 42 games with the team. He has tallied 4.5 pointes, 3.3 rebounds and 0.6 assists per contest while shooting well below 40% from the field and 30% from deep. He had actually always been a solid rebounder in the NBA which is something that he carried to the NBA from his Notre Dame days. His PER with the Cavaliers ended up just over 10.

Tyrone Hill, 2001-2003: Tyrone certainly had some great seasons for the Cavaliers during the 1990s but his tenure with the team this century was far less rosy. Across his two season back in Ohio he averaged around 28 minutes per game in 58 contests. He shot about 41% from the field from his inside position but actually was a great rebounder as well. His PER with the team finished at 10.2.

After checking the credentials for each candidate please make sure to vote.