Magic aim for 2nd win with NBA-worst Cavaliers in town

Magic aim for 2nd win with NBA-worst Cavaliers in town

The Cavs have agreed to a deal with acting head coach Larry Drew for the rest of the season, and according to ESPN, a partial guarantee for next year.

Because of the team's lack of overall success over the years, Nikola Vucevic has flown under the radar as one of the most effective big men in the Conference.

The Cavs will still likely move on from Drew at the end of the season, but he'll get some extra money in the deal.

"Right now, Larry Drew is going to be the voice for now for this team, but right now it was my job to right the ship and push us in the right direction, so we had to make the decision", Altman told reporters. "There's just no gray area, and because there's no gray area and me and my staff can just roll our sleeves up put all into helping this team be successful". Drew said there was no discussion about anything beyond this season.

"The discussion we had was about moving forward with what we have and what we want to accomplish", he said.

Smith made his understatement after leading Cleveland with 14 points in his return to the rotation.

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The storyline was a familiar one on Saturday night in Charlotte - with Cleveland hanging tough through the first half before being overwhelmed in the second.

The Cavaliers are struggling after LeBron James departed as a free agent.

The Cleveland Cavaliers already knew Kevin Love would miss some time.

However, the team has lost their first two games to start the month of November.

"Now that this is behind us, we can really lock in and focus, and try to continue to teach and get this team moving".

Cavaliers General Manager Koby Altman announced the agreement Monday evening at the Cleveland Clinic Courts before the Cavaliers took the court in Orlando to take on the Magic.

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