After the Cavaliers play the Warriors on January 23rd they intend to file paperwork to get Eric Snow declared disabled and thus removed from their roster.
The Cavaliers are waiting to hear from the league on a disability claim on guard Eric Snow.
The Cavaliers are trying to get Eric Snow (left knee) approved for disability retirement, enabling them to clear his $7.3 million off their luxury-tax payroll.
The Bulls are reportedly looking at Eric Snow as a candidate for their vacant head coaching job, despite the fact that he has no coaching experience.
Cavs guard Eric Snow hasn't played since damaging tissue in his knee in late February and he recently admitted that his playing career may have come to an end.
The Cavaliers announced today that guard Eric Snow is expected to miss at least four weeks because of arthritic-related symptoms in his left knee.
Eric Snow started for the Cavaliers on Sunday, but finished with one point on 0-of-5 shooting and three assists in 26 minutes.
Eric Snow made his first start since December for the injury-plagued Cavaliers, and had two points, five assists and five steals in a win over the Hawks.
Eric Snow started for the Cavaliers on Saturday because "point guard" Daniel Gibson was recovering from getting bumped in the face a few days after having his wisdom teeth removed.
Eric Snow returned from knee surgery and failed to score on Wednesday.
According to several Cavaliers' sources, Eric Snow is being shopped around to teams in search of a veteran reserve point guard.
Contrary to a report in the Detroit News earlier in the week, Eric Snow has not asked the Cavaliers for a buyout in order to join the Hawks, according to his agent Steve Kauffman.
The Detroit News reports, "Cavaliers' insiders are starting to believe Eric Snow 's days in Cleveland are numbered...The suspicion is he will ask the Cavs to buy him out of the two remaining years of his contract, which he hopes would allow him to sign with the Hawks."
Eric Snow, who is recovering from surgery after tearing his meniscus, said his knee is healthy enough to play, but he's going to take it slow. He wants to get some practice time to test out his knee and get into shape after missing all of training camp.