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1986–87 Cleveland Cavaliers season

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1986–87 Cleveland Cavaliers season

The 1986-87 NBA season was the Cavaliers' 17th season in the NBA.[1]

Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality School/Club Team
1 1 Brad Daugherty C  United States North Carolina
1 8 Ron Harper G/SF  United States Miami (FL)
2 29 Johnny Newman SF  United States Richmond
3 50 Kevin Henderson  United States California State-Fullerton
4 73 Warren Martin  United States North Carolina
5 96 Ben Davis  United States Gardner-Webb
6 119 Gilbert Wilburn  United States New Mexico State
7 142 Ralph Dalton  United States Georgetown


Regular season

Season standings

# Eastern Conference
1 c-Boston Celtics 59 23 .720
2 y-Atlanta Hawks 57 25 .695 2
3 x-Detroit Pistons 52 30 .634 7
4 x-Milwaukee Bucks 50 32 .610 9
5 x-Philadelphia 76ers 45 37 .549 14
6 x-Washington Bullets 42 40 .512 17
7 x-Indiana Pacers 41 41 .500 18
8 x-Chicago Bulls 40 42 .488 19
9 Cleveland Cavaliers 31 51 .378 28
10 New Jersey Nets 24 58 .293 35
10 New York Knicks 24 58 .293 35

z - clinched division title
y - clinched division title
x - clinched playoff spot

Game log

Player statistics

Awards and records



  1. ^ 1986-87 Cleveland Cavaliers
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