• So It Goes: Cavs Edition

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 15, 2013
    While Scott is not the best coach the Cavs have ever employed, he’s certainly not the worst. From blowing 20-plus point leads numerous times – including Tuesday night’s in Indiana, when the Cavs became just the second team in the shot-clock era to lose a game that they led by more than 20 points with less than nine minutes to play – to an ongoing lack of attention to defense, many are wondering if Scott will be back for a fourth season when the Cavs return this fall. Much has been made over the past few weeks about the future of Cavs coach Byron Scott, who carries a record of 64-164 as he closes out his third year as coach, making him the longest-tenured coach of a Cleveland sports team. But where is the fun in that? Plus, just going by wins and losses doesn’t take into account the various circumstances that have continually swirled around this franchise since it first took the court in the 1970-71 season.
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