Found April 18, 2013 on PRO HOOPS CENTRAL:
The Byron Scott Era came to an end on Thursday; as the “News Herald” has reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers dismissed their former head coach after three seasons. Scott, still had a year remaining on the contract that he signed with the club, reported to be about $4.5 million. According to reports; the franchise could be about to attempt what Northeast Ohio sports fans, refer to as an “Only In Cleveland Moment,” as he might be replaced by the same man he took over for in 2010. Former Cavaliers and Los Angeles Lakers bench boss Mike Brown, is one of the names that surfaced prominently to assume the position. Cleveland Sports Fans; have a great sense of ironic humor luring within them, after many years of getting to the altar, without kissing the bride. So for many of them, a decision had to be made which scenario the bringing of Mike Brown as head coach would be more accurate, if it does come true. Would it mirror “Dallas” with team owner Dan Gilbert, walking into the Cavaliers lo...
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