Cavs won't spend like 2005 

May, 13, 2013
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The Cleveland Cavaliers will have a significant amount of salary cap room this summer to spend on free agents, however unlike 2005, the team plans to be conservative when it comes to doling out contracts. In 2005 former general manager Danny Ferry, now the Atlanta Hawks general manager, signed Larry Hughes, Damon Jones, Donyell Marshall and Zydrunas Ilgauskas to big-dollar deals and all but Big 'Z' turned out to be busts.