by TD Staff ReporterMay 12, 2014
David Richard-USA TODAY Sports
On Monday, Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert fired Mike Brown for the second time in four years. Per ESPN,
quote:Gilbert also said David Griffin would be retained as general manager.
The Cavs went 33-49 under Brown, who had four years remaining on his contract. He was fired last year by the Los Angeles Lakers just five games into his second season.
"This is a very tough business," Gilbert said in a statement. "It pains all of us here that we needed to make the difficult decision of releasing Mike Brown. Mike worked hard over this last season to move our team in the right direction. Although there was some progress from our finish over the few prior seasons, we believe we need to head in a different direction. We wish Mike and his family nothing but the best."
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