The Cavaliers sent guard Mike Wilks to Seattle for the
26-year-old Murray, who averaged 9.9 points. The fourth-year pro
was drafted by Milwaukee in the second round in 2002.
The Cavaliers also waived swingman Stephen Graham, who was
signed to a second 10-day contract on Feb. 20.
"We needed to add more scoring and athleticism on the wing,
especially coming off the bench," Ferry said. "With Flip, that's
his strength. He'll be able to come in and create baskets for
Murray was drafted by Milwaukee in the second round in 2002. He
scored a season-high 29 points against Boston on Dec. 26.
Nailon signed with the Sixers in the offseason and was expected
to provide an offensive boost off the bench after averaging a
career-high 14.2 points last season with New Orleans. Nailon hasn't
played since the end of last month after his arrest in an alleged
dispute with his wife.
Ferry said he did not expect Nailon to report to the Cavaliers.
He said the deal allows Philadelphia to get under the luxury tax.
Nailon, 30, played in 22 games this season, averaging 4.2 points
and 1.9 rebounds in 10.8 minutes per game. He played briefly for
the Cavaliers in 2003-04, averaging 7.7 points in 22 games. He's
played with six NBA teams in a six-year career.
The Cavaliers will keep the pick they sent to Philadelphia
unless they finish with one of the top three records in the league,
Ferry said. They currently have the sixth-best record in the
"Most likely we'll have two second-round picks next year,"
Ferry said they may look to re-sign Graham, who impressed in his limited time.
The Cavaliers elected not to make a major deal involving forward
Drew Gooden. He has played well this season, averaging 11 points
and 8.8 rebounds per game, but his talent and upcoming status as
free agent made him a candidate for a trade.
"We were not ever close to trading Drew Gooden," Ferry said.
"He's been very valuable to us this year."