CLEVELAND -- A week ago, Byron Scott said he is not out of ideas, and the man offered evidence Wednesday by changing his lineup.
The result: Another home loss for Scott and the Cavaliers.
This one came courtesy of the Sacramento Kings, 97-94, in front of a crowd that was barely larger than 12,000 strong.
The Cavs could use all their early-season road games as an excuse for their 7-26 record, but they dont. Thats probably a good thing, because theyre a miserable 3-11 in front of their very own fans.
Worse, the Kings came in with a 1-13 road record.
Those are the type of stats that make you scream three things: Yuck, yuck and double yuck.
Anyway, all of that is really beside the point. What matters here is the Cavs just arent winning. Theyre young, we know that, and no one should be standing around pointing fingers. Its easy to do, but its much too soon for any of that stuff.
Of more concern is the inconsistency, the questions about the overall progress, the inability to close ...