When the Cavaliers fired Byron Scott on Thursday, it took them mere moments to put together a list of potential replacements.
Team insiders say the Cavs want to move quickly on putting someone in place, and this past weekend supports such a theory.
According to multiple sources and reports, Cavs owner Dan Gilbert met with Mike Brown on Sunday, gauging Browns interest on a possible return to the organization.
Brown coached the Cavs from 2005-10, but was fired shortly before LeBron James made a decision to leave for Miami via free agency.
Also, as reported first by FOX Sports Ohio, the Cavs have contacted 11-time NBA champion Phil Jackson.
Each Brown and Jackson last coached the Los Angeles Lakers -- with Brown getting fired just five games into this season. Jackson has been retired since the 2010-11 season, when the Lakers were swept from the playoffs by eventual champion Dallas.
Brown boasts a career record of 314-167, as well as 66- and 61-win seasons during his time with the...