- Larry Nance Jr. hilariously reacts to sugar momma offering him $3K every weekend
- Former Cavs forward desperately begs for job in the NBA: ‘I’d play for free’
- Report: Kevin Porter Jr. accused of punching a woman in the face in downtown Cleveland
- Channing Frye rips Milwaukee Bucks and Giannis Antetokounmpo after Jrue Holiday trade
- Report: Cavs playing crucial role in helping Bucks complete Jrue Holiday trade
- Report: Andre Drummond makes final decision regarding player option with Cavs
- Report: ‘90 percent’ chance Andre Drummond opts into player option with Cavs
- Scary details of Kevin Porter Jr.’s arrest reveal loaded handgun, marijuana and overturned vehicle
- Report: Cavs expected to draft Obi Toppin at No. 5 pick if Deni Avdija is ‘off the board’
- Report: Andre Drummond expected to pick up option in order to facilitate trade
Report: Cavs and Browns Brass Teaming Up to Take on Social Issues in Cleveland
- Updated: June 9, 2020
Bickerstaff has been having discussions with Browns HC Kevin Stefanski (son of Ed, who J.B. worked with) and they have become good friends. The two, plus #Cavs GM Koby Altman and Browns GM Andrew Berry, are going to find a way to team up regarding social issues in Cleveland.
— Spencer Davies (@SpinDavies) June 9, 2020
Bickerstaff has been vocal in the wake of the death of George Floyd, a black man who was the subject of police brutality on May 25.
Now, the head coach is attempting to unite sports teams to bring Cleveland together.
In addition to making an impact in the community, Bickerstaff is looking to change the Cavs on the court as well.
The 41-year-old took over for former head coach John Beilein after the All-Star break.
While the sample size is small size is small, Bickerstaff did a great job with the young squad before the novel coronavirus paused the 2019-20 season.
As a matter of fact, the team went 5-6 in 11 games under Bickerstaff this season.
The Cavs finished the 2019-20 campaign with a 19-46 record.