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Report: John Beilein Expected to Step Down as Cavs Head Coach
- Updated: February 16, 2020
Sources: Beilein left for the All-Star break weighing his future as coach — including the possibility that he's coached his final game, league sources tell ESPN. He has yet to make convey a decision, but there's been conversation w/ management about the option of a prompt exit. https://t.co/L5LVVyLiu4
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 17, 2020
Beilein has struggled all season to turn the fortunes of the Cavaliers around after having spent the vast majority of his coaching career at the collegiate level.
The Cavaliers entered the All-Star break with a 14-40 record, the worst record in the Eastern Conference and second-worst in the NBA.
The hiring of Beilein took place last May, with the veteran tutor leaving the University of Michigan to sign a five-year contract with the Cavaliers. His hiring was seen as a way for the experienced coach to instill fundamentals in the rebuilding squad
Following a home loss to the Golden State Warriors, Beilein seemed at a loss to describe his plan going forward.
“Every loss is hitting me really hard,” Beilein said. “I don’t have a lot of answers for you though.”
A departure by Beilein would continue the revolving door that’s marked much of owner Dan Gilbert’s 15-year tenure as owner of the Cavaliers.