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    @WeAreCavsNation: Channing Frye and Kevin Love Send Love to Cavs Fan After Losing Battle With Cancer: https://t.co/8jfJqAFegK

Channing Frye
Cleveland Cavaliers
Date Of Birth
17 May 1983
6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
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  • @cavs: "You're living proof that laughter is the cure." In case you weren't in the building for this sweet moment -- here is the video…
    24 Apr @ 2PM

  • @WeAreCavsNation: Channing Frye and Kevin Love Send Love to Cavs Fan After Losing Battle With Cancer: https://t.co/8jfJqAFegK
    24 Apr @ 12PM

  • @NBA: The @cavs honor @Channing_Frye in his final home game in Cleveland! #ThankYouChanning #BeTheFight https://t.co/IikKFYtCYa
    24 Apr @ 5AM

  • The one with Channing frye and Richard Jefferson was hilarious https://t.co/6R074pRI4d
    24 Apr @ 4AM

  • @davidwskinner_: Channing Frye on hosting the Catsy’s, his relationship with Arizona, and Gilbert Arenas: https://t.co/0BWaiWHORk
    24 Apr @ 3AM

  • Channing Frye says the story of Gilbert Arenas storming out of a classroom at the UA and shutting off the lights “was su…
    23 Apr @ 3AM

  • Channing Frye says the biggest difference in Tucson since his last visit is the Sun Link Streetcar: “You had to find so…
    23 Apr @ 1AM

  • On location at @CrockerPark with our Let’s Be Clear mobile studio talking with @Channing_Frye! @WillUjek @cavs @wkyc @WKYCSpor…
    16 Apr @ 5PM

  • That's cold, @Channing_Frye https://t.co/GIHvKvvwYR
    16 Apr @ 12AM

  • "Of any other person I've ever met ... being able to make light of a situation - that's always been Channing." This hour-long co…
    15 Apr @ 1PM

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Cavaliers' Frye embraces upcoming retirement

    Cleveland Cavaliers center Channing Frye is approaching retirement with an open mind and a sense of humor. "Listen, I'm rich, I'm a champion, I'm 35 and retiring and I'm living a great life," Frye said in an interview with The Athletic. It's easy for Frye to smile after a 14-year career with six teams including the New York Knicks, Portland Trail Blazers, Phoenix Suns, Orlando Magic, Cavaliers and Los Angeles Lakers.
    3 Apr @ 3PM

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  • Cavs F Channing Frye to retire at end of season

    Cavaliers veteran forward Channing Frye says he plans to retire at the end of this season. The 35-year-old made the announcement Friday on Twitter, saying 'it's been a amazing ride. I've had the chance to have some amazing teammates and play for some great coaches.
    4 Mar @ 12AM

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  • Channing Frye indicates he'll retire after season

    Channing Frye missed the entire 2012-13 season due to an enlarged heart. It seemed his career could be finished at age 29. Instead, he returned and has played six more seasons.
    2 Mar @ 2AM

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  • Cavs' Love on a mission to change attitudes about mental health

    Now he is hoping to spread the message that seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness, with a web series called "Locker Room Talk," where he interviews athletes like Michael Phelps, Channing Frye and Paul Pierce about their own mental health struggles. "So opening up about it and allowing myself to be vulnerable can affect a lot of people in a positive way and hopefully create some change." He said athletes were perfectly positioned to break down stigmas associated with men and mental health. "Michael Phelps being able to speak out about mental health in the way that he does is very powerful." However, it was the admission of San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan that he was suffering from depression that inspired Love to speak out about his own battles, in the hopes of reaching people suffering from similar issues.
    16 Nov @ 6AM

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  • Reports: Frye heading back to Cavaliers

    Channing Frye reportedly is heading back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he earned a championship ring in 2016. Frye, 35, has agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal to return to the Cavaliers, according to multiple reports on Saturday. The 6-foot-11 center started last season with Cleveland but was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers on Feb. 8 as part of a deal that sent Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr. to the Cavaliers.
    16 Jul @ 6PM

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