Larry Drew Agrees To Deal With Cavaliers

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Even more than we'd imagine following the departure of LeBron James in free agency, the Cleveland Cavaliers are now a hot mess. After LeBron departed for Los Angeles in June, Cavs sharpshooter Kyle Korver requested a trade with the belief it would be quickly granted based on a prior agreement.

Larry Drew has agreed to a deal with the Cavaliers to remain their head coach for the rest of the season, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. They let Tyronn Lue go after the team's 0-6 start.

The backdrop here is the roster make up.

Earlier this week, Love said surgery had not been ruled out and the team's medical staff, with input from outside physicians, decided that was the best option for the injury to heal completely.

Cavaliers' veterans on Twitter in no uncertain terms. They refused because, they told him, they wanted him to play and for the team to try and win.

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This is a real thing, and it's pretty darn eye-opening.

There's frustration with how Sexton takes advice from the veterans, indicating the players are concerned he's not listening to them.

Throughout the organization, the line on Sexton is that he does not 'know how to play.' He doesn't know how to defend the pick and roll.

Well, that's just not good.

The Cavaliers could address this issue by trading away any problematic veterans they may have; they drafted Sexton to be the future of the team, and keeping him happy should be their number one priority. This isn't simply limited to Sexton. He won 143 games in four seasons from 2010-14 and has amassed a.557 winning percentage in three years with the Hawks. The rookie is shooting 22 percent from 3-point range. He's averaging 11.1 points and 2.2 assists in 25 minutes per game.

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