The first domino in the NBA coaching carousel dropped Thursday morning and it was a pretty significant domino.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have fired Byron Scott after his third year with the team. Scott's record over those three years was 64-166, which is a winning percentage of .278, which is the lowest of any coach in Cavs history.
According to Jason Lloyd of Akron Beacon Journal, rumors of Scott's firing intensified over the last couple of weeks after the Cavs slipped even with the return of Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters from injuries. Their defense has not gotten any better.
There were also reports that Irving and Scott were not getting along. However, Lloyd later reported that Irving was speechless and hurt by the firing and called Scott his "basketball father."
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