With LeBron James off to the Los Angeles Lakers, everyone knew the Cleveland Cavaliers weren’t going to be as good this season. But as it turns out, things are off to an even worse start than people could have imagined. After starting off 0-6, the team has now reportedly fired head coach Ty Lue.
According to reports from The Athletic’s Joe Vardon and Shams Charania, general manager Koby Altman made the decision on Sunday morning and has informed both Lue and the team.
With Lue gone, the front office is reportedly targeting assistant coach Larry Drew as the interim head coach, though no final decision has been made.
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