When Byron Scott met with Clippers owner Donald Sterling Tuesday night for dinner to talk about the teams coaching vacancy, league officials said the meeting between the two was really good.
Scott had met with the Clippers front office last week to pitch his case on why he should be the teams next head coach. He had his first face-to-face meeting with Sterling Tuesday.
As the Clippers continued their search for a new coach, former Cleveland Cavaliers coach Byron Scott was the latest candidate to interview for the job Tuesday, according to several NBA executives who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.
Scott met with Clippers President Andy Roeser, vice president of basketball operations Gary Sacks and director of basketball operations...
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The Los Angeles Clippers’ coaching search has officially begun in the wake of their decision to not bring Vinny Del Negro back, and several high-profile candidates are reportedly on the team’s radar. The top target at this point appears to be Jeff Van Gundy. Van Gundy, whose clever broadcasting antics have become a staple of [...]
The Los Angeles Clippers have contacted Byron Scott about their head coaching position. Scott, who was let go by the Cleveland Cavaliers following the 2012-13 season, reportedly has mutual interest. And for what it’s worth, he was spotted working out at a gym in LA wearing Clippers shorts on Thursday.
According to Chris Broussard of ESPN:
The Los Angeles Clippers have contacted...
The Los Angeles Clippers contacted Byron Scott this week about becoming their next head coach.
Scott has interest in the position, according to a source.
While no offer was made and talks were preliminary, the Clippers are currently putting a list together to take to Donald Sterling.
Chris Paul and Scott have remained close since their seasons together as player and coach with the...
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...
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...
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.
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...