Central Notes: Cavaliers, Pistons, Frank

The Bulls are nipping at the heels of the Hawks for the No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference and they're hoping to get one win closer with a W over the T'Wolves today.  So far, so good for Chicago as they lead 56-43 at halftime behind 14 points from Luol Deng.  Here's more out of the Central..

  • Lawrence Frank may be out the door if the Pistons’ new owners decide to make major changes, writes Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe.  Washburn writes that the club is running in quicksand, playing a combination of prospects, and players who won’t be there at the end of their contracts.  The team's struggles could also mean the end of Joe Dumars' tenure as president of basketball operations.
  • The Cavaliers are a team on the rise, writes Richard Hardy of HoopsWorld.  This offseason, the Cavaliers could potentially have as many as four first-round picks in the 2013 draft and they only have seven players with guaranteed contracts in 2013-14. On top of that, the Cavaliers will have more than $20MM in salary cap space.
  • Earlier today, we learned that Dumars intends to re-sign Jose Calderon this summer.

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