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Cavs Making Griffin Permanent GM

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have started negotiations with David Griffin to make him their permanent general manager, sources told ESPN.com.

Griffin has been the team’s acting general manager since February when he took over after Chris Grant was fired. The Cavs have conducted a secretive search in the last several weeks and interviewed several candidates over the last two weeks.

Griffin, who was considered a leading candidate for the job at the end of the regular season, had his formal interview earlier this week in Detroit where team owner Dan Gilbert is based, sources said.

via Brian Windhorst of ESPN

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