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Report: John Beilein’s Own Staff Had Issues With His ‘Inconsistent And Overbearing Approach’
- Updated: March 19, 2020
However, it seems that from the get-go, Beilein was ill-equipped to transform the Cavs into a winning team.
“I don’t think it’s fair to single out Love,” Fedor wrote. “Many players — youngsters and vets — and coaches on Beilein’s own staff had an issue with the inconsistent and overbearing approach. Early on, Beilein simply wasn’t willing to meet anyone halfway and the message was often muddled and puzzling. Some coaches walked in daily not knowing what to expect.”
Apparently, even Beilein’s own staff had a difficult time working with him. Beilein’s approach might have found success in the college ranks, where he had plied his trade for around four decades, but it certainly proved ineffective at the professional level.