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PROFILE OF BRAD DAUGHERTY
Daugherty averaged nineteen points and ten rebounds per game over eight seasons in the NBA and retired as the Cavaliers all time leading scorer (10,389 points) and rebounder (5,227). Daugherty's all time-leading scorer record stood until March 21, 2008, when LeBron James broke the point barrier against the Toronto Raptors.His leading rebounder record stood until December 9, 2008, when Žydrūnas Ilgauskas broke the rebound barrier, again against the Raptors.He played in 41 postseason games and led the Cavaliers as far as the Eastern Conference Finals in 1992. Brad was a five time All-Star (1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993) and one of the greatest players in Cleveland Cavalier history. As part of the Cavaliers' 30th anniversary in 1999-2000, Daugherty was a unanimous selection to the All-Time Cleveland Cavalier team. Daugherty's career in the NBA was cut short at the age of 28 because of recurrent back troubles. He never played another game after the 1993-94 season.
Daugherty's business interests include car dealerships, waste management and commercial real estate. He is also a college basketball analyst and NASCAR broadcaster for ESPN.