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Two weeks ago, it appeared that Leon Powe would be an odd man out in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ postseason rotation. Powe had returned to action in late February, nine months after surgery to repair a torn meniscus and ACL in his left knee. However—after four brief but promising performances—he played just four minutes against Detroit on March 5, and then not at all in subsequent games against Milwaukee and San Antonio. Cavs coach Mike Brown said at the time that Powe needed court time to get up to speed in time for the playoffs but that, with the addition of Antawn Jamison and the anticipated return of Shaquille O’Neal in April, “the minutes may not be there for him.” Brown found at least some of those minutes, however, and Powe is currently coming off a ...

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