James-less Cavs worst NBA team heading into Magic game

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Monday's reported agreement implies that the team has, at a minimum, placed value on buying some stability for the short term while leaving flexibility for a deeper dive into a coaching search if they're not convinced that Drew is the right person for the job.

The Cavaliers' preference likely will be to conduct a search and target a coach to direct the franchise's rebuild, but Drew has the trust and respect of the Cavaliers veterans and remains essential to get them through what promises to be a trying season. Charlotte shot 56.5 percent Saturday and it marked the fifth time an opponent shot at least 50 percent. The Cavaliers (2-8) visit the Orlando Magic on Monday night.

"I didn't get Collin in as much as I want to, but this is one of those games".

After scoring 23 points in the first matchup of the year, Vucevic missed the next three meetings because of injury. Orlando has to overcome solid performances from Cleveland's George Hill (22 points) and Tristan Thompson (19 points, 16 rebounds).

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The shooting guard has had trouble knocking down jumpers as of late, but had no trouble hitting the game-winner as Orlando was able to get away with a 102-100 win over Cleveland.

Bamba had cooled off following that outing until his double-double in Orlando's Sunday night win over San Antonio - finishing with 12 points, 11 boards and a block.

Yikes. Keep in mind, the Cavaliers just gave him a four-year extension worth $120 million this past offseason.

"He can't take five shots. He brings important experience and many qualities that we expect to translate well with our team as the head coach", said Altman. But his best games previous year were a result of his energy level off the ball, finding ways to get to the basket and his open spot-ups.

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