CLEVELAND -- You can call it change for the sake of change, and you may not be too terribly far off.
But mostly, Cavs coach Byron Scott is just trying to find something that works. Hed probably also like to find a reliable second scoring option, but hey, this is just the preseason, man. No need to get all panicky.
Actually, following a 100-82 loss to the visiting Indiana Pacers on Tuesday, the preseason is officially over. The Cavs finished with a 3-4 record, joining a league-wide trend in which everyone seems to think batting .500 when games dont count is just fine, thank you very much. (Seriously. Check the preseason standings.)
Still, the Cavs now have a week to get it figured out.
Order of Business No. 1: Find a starting lineup.
Order No. 2: Develop a regular rotation.
And Order No. 3: Get everyone to understand what Scott expects defensively -- then get them to go out and do it.
The Cavs have six days of practice to work on all this business, and gentlemen, youre officia...