CLEVELAND -- When Byron Scott starts two rookies, you know the Cavaliers are serious in referring to their philosophy as a process.
It might be a process thats in progress all season, too.
In Tuesdays 100-82 preseason loss against visiting Indiana, Scott started Dion Waiters (No. 4 overall draft pick) at shooting guard and Tyler Zeller (No. 17 overall) at center. Next to those two were second-year point guard Kyrie Irving, third-year small forward Alonzo Gee and veteran big man Anderson Varejao.
And despite the changes, theres no guarantee Scott will use that lineup when the regular season opens Oct. 30.
Even Scott doesnt know what might develop.
Actually, odds are he already has a pretty good idea. But hes not about to tell anyone what it entails, and that includes the men in uniform.
Ill know in the next few days, Scott said of the opening-night starters. The players wont know until (Oct. 28 or 29)."
Tuesday marked Scotts third lineup change in the seven-game preseason. Pr...