Cavs receive 2006 second-round pick
CLEVELAND -- Just hours before his first NBA draft as Cleveland's general manager, Danny Ferry traded small forward Jiri Welsch to the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday for a second-round pick in 2006, freeing up $2 million to spend in free agency.
Welsch's departure leaves the Cavaliers with just seven players under contract.
Ferry continued trade talks with other teams Tuesday night, trying to get the Cavs back in this year's draft. Cleveland previously traded its two 2005 picks.
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