Found January 26, 2013 on
Byron Scott talked about what was said in the timeout before Kyrie Irving’s game-winner, the coolness that Irving has in the clutch and the high level his point guard is playing at right now.
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You might not have been at the Renaissance Hotel located in downtown Cleveland last night, but five of us from Waiting For Next Year were there for you — Rick, Scott, TD, Jon Cole and I.
Earlier this morning, I shared with you some of the highlights in narrative form. But now it’s something a bit more.
Thus, courtesy of Jon Cole’s awesome photographic skills and our media...
CLEVELAND - For the first time all season, Cavaliers coach Byron Scott has buttons to push. He was definitely pushing them on Friday in their 113-108 come-from-behind victory over the Milwaukee Bucks before an announced crowd of 15,098 at Quicken Loans Arena. Scott started an unorthodox unit for the fourth quarter and rode them the rest of the way. He left All-Star guard Kyrie...
CLEVELAND The Cavaliers are 7-9 in the previous month, but the fact this team is maturing before our eyes may not be the most impressive thing about Friday's 113-108 win over the visiting Milwaukee Bucks.
Instead, it's how the Cavs overcame a 20-point deficit in the third quarter.
"Our second unit won the game for us," was how Cavs coach Byron Scott put it, but...
TORONTO – Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott made one suggestion to Kyrie Irving during a timeout with 12.6 seconds left on the clock. He told the point guard to go for the win. Irving heeded the request and hit a 28-foot pull-up jumper with 00.9 seconds left in the game as the Cavaliers came back to defeat the Toronto Raptors 99-98. "We had a quick little conversation...