If things dont work out with Mike Brown or Phil Jackson, the Cavaliers may want to give a shout to Eric Musselman.
The Cavs, of course, are looking for a coach after firing Byron Scott last week.
Its been a while since Musselman coached an NBA team, but that shouldnt matter. If Cavs general manager Chris Grant really is looking for a worker, a grinder as Grant indicated well, Musselman fits the profile.
After all, Musselman has unofffically coached all 30 NBA teams (more on that in a minute).
First, lets start with the basics.
Musselman, 48, is a native of Ashland, Ohio, and a product of Brecksville High. His father, the late Bill Musselman, coached the Cavaliers in the early 1980s and the Minnesota Timberwolves after that.
Eric Musselman is friends with Grant, both having played for coach Hank Egan at the University of San Diego. In fact, when Musselman was hired as coach by the Golden State Warriors (2002), he offered Grant a job on his staff.
Grant turned it down, instead...