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Cleveland Cavaliers Worst Shooting Guard of the Century: Lucious Harris

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With nearly half of the votes in the poll, Lucious Harris has been officially named as the worst shooting guard of the Cleveland Cavaliers since the 2000-2001 season.

Finishing second with 29% of the voting was Christian Eyenga while Damon Jones rounded out the voting with 26%. Harris topped the voting with 43%.

Harris had a 12 year career spanning the country with stops in Dallas, Philadelphia, New Jersey and finally Cleveland.

In his 2004-2005 season with the Cavs he played 16 minutes per game in 73 contests while contributing about 4 points, 2 rebounds and 1 assist per game.

He also sunk to new lows in the shooting department at age 34 with Cleveland. He field goal percentage dipped to 39.5% and from deep he hit at just 32.3%.

Also, nearly every one of his per minute statistics took a major nosedive too although that wasn't too surprising as he was at the end of his career.

Finally, his PER slipped to a career low at just 9.0.