Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Cavs’ Cedi Osman takes blame for heartbreaking loss to Magic

Cavs’ Cedi Osman takes blame for heartbreaking loss to Magic

Drew, promoted to head coach when the Cavaliers fired Tyronn Lue on October 25, reached an agreement to remain the head coach for the rest of the season. He got a big one to go down Monday night, though.

Per the report, the deal includes a partial guarantee for next season.

"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.

Cleveland now has the league's worst record at 1-8 and their dysfunction runs much deeper than their poor play on the court. So far, the Cavs are losing by an average of 16 points per game and six of their losses are by double-digit, including the first two under Larry Drew. "I knew (the last shot) wasn't going to be catch-and-shoot situation because that's a tough shot". "Most of the time you don't win those games".

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Orlando then made a defensive stop and got the ball back with 1.8 seconds left, setting the scene for Fournier to land a three-pointer as the clock ran out. He won 143 games in four seasons from 2010-14 and has amassed a.557 winning percentage in three years with the Hawks. "We didn't handle it and that is why we lost the game".

Drew said he did not talk to the team about anything beyond this season.

With Oklahoma City star point guard Russell Westbrook out in the second half with an ankle injury, Dennis Schroder scored nine consecutive points in the fourth quarter to help the Thunder to a 122-116 win over the visiting New Orleans Pelicans.

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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