via Cleveland.com (Plain Dealer)
As we expected, the Cavaliers let go of Byron Scott yesterday, but Scott alleges that the Cavs didn’t give him a real shot to turn things around. Do you think the termination of Byron Scott was necessary?
per Plain Dealer
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Former Cavaliers coach Byron Scott told The Plain Dealer today that he didn’t think he got...
Consolidating a previous post, it is now official: Byron Scott is no longer the coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. You can almost illustrate Scott’s career as a contrast with Erik Spoelstra’s. A tale of two coaches, determined by the departure of one superstar, Lebron James. To be fair with Spoelstra, James didn’t win a title with his former coach. Still, it cannot be denied...
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- When people asked for my take on Byron Scott before the season, I said two things:
1. Its not often a coach misses the playoffs for three straight years and holds on to his job.
2. The Cavaliers bad losses at home need to end.
Neither happened, and Scott was fired Thursday.
Scotts first problem was the Cavs defense. Not only did opponents regularly shoot...
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — Byron Scott‘s days of trying to turn around the Cavaliers are done.
Scott was fired Thursday following a third straight losing season with Cleveland, an 82-game rollercoaster that included injuries, blown leads and a dismal final few weeks.
Scott went 64-166 in his three years with the Cavs, who were weakened by injuries this season but also showed little...
END OF THE ROAD
The Cleveland Cavaliers have decided to part ways with head coach Byron Scott, who compiled a 66-166 while with the team.
Amid swirling reports that his days as Cavs coach had been numbered, it is now official – Byron Scott has been fired by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Over three seasons, Scott coached the Cavs to a losing 64-165 record.
According to Akron-Beacon Journal:
Byron Scott was fired today by the Cavaliers, a league source told the Akron Beacon Journal, one day after completing his third season...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have reportedly fired head coach Byron Scott after only three seasons of coaching. He will be exiting with a 64-166 record and his .278 winning percentage which is the lowest in team history among all coaches (minimum one full season).
According to Ohio.com:
Rumors over Scott’s future intensified over the past couple of weeks as the Cavaliers regressed...
According to a report via WaitingForNextYear.com, Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott is expected to be relieved of his duties following the season.
Multiple sourced reports are circulating on Tuesday which state that the Cleveland Cavaliers are expected to part ways with head coach Byron Scott following the conclusion of the 2012-12 NBA season.
Joe Kotoch of Pro Basketball...
CLEVELAND -- Four days ago, Byron Scott was on the hot seat.
At least, that was the skinny on the Internet and all the sports talk radio stations.
The Cavaliers had lost 10 straight and looked about as tough as five cuddly kittens when it came to defense and rebounding.
But Sunday, the Cavs came from behind to scoot past visiting Orlando by a 91-85 count. It was their second...
CLEVELAND -- Byron Scott believes the Cavaliers can be a playoff team in 2013-14.
Really, he does.
Not this version of the Cavs, mind you. But Scott bases his thinking on the idea that his roster will resemble a pro basketball team and not just some sort of waiting list for the Cleveland Clinic.
First thing is, stay healthy, Scott said of the Cavs future, prior to Fridays 97-87...