Cavs and Larry Drew agree to new head coaching contract

Cavs and Larry Drew agree to new head coaching contract

Cavs and Larry Drew agree to new head coaching contract

CLEVELAND -The Cleveland Cavaliers and "acting head coach" Larry Drew have agreed to terms on a new deal, the team announced Monday afternoon.

Drew, who was earning about $1 million, will receive a pay raise this season.

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. The Cavs current record is 1-8.

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After ruling the Eastern Conference the past four seasons with LeBron James, Cleveland is going through a hard transition without the three-time champion.

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. "Most of the time you don't win those games". Once again, the Cavs just had to get the ball in and accept a foul to have free throws to make it a three-point game again. Clarkson, who has come off the bench for double figures in every game, scored his first eight points in a span of 71 seconds. He won 143 games in four seasons from 2010-14 and has amassed a.557 winning percentage in three years with the Hawks.

The Cavaliers spent Sunday dissecting its eighth loss in nine games and on Monday, they visit the Orlando Magic, who are coming off one of their best showings of the season.

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The last time Hood traveled to Orlando it was as a member of the Jazz, and he had his way with the Magic that night - exploding for 31 points, going 12-of-21 from the floor, including 7-of-13 from deep in a 40-point victory.

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