Chauncey Billups has withdrawn his name from consideration for the Cleveland Cavaliers' president of basketball operations job.
Billups has been the Cavaliers' only identified candidate for the position.
Billups is currently working for ESPN as an analyst and he's had reservations about uprooting his family from Denver for the job.
Billups has a strong desire to run an NBA team and has been preparing for the opportunity for several years in continuing to study players and the collective bargaining agreement.
Jeff Zillgitt of the USA Today reports Billups received more money from ESPN to not take the Cavs' job.