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Reports: Cleveland Cavaliers have fired head coach David Blatt

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have fired head coach David Blatt, Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski first reported.

The Cavaliers are first in the Eastern Conference with a 30-11 record. Last year, Blatt's first in Cleveland and first in the NBA, he led them to the NBA Finals, where they lost in six games to the Golden State Warriors.

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According to Wojnarowski, Cavaliers assistant coach Tyronn Lue has agreed to a multi-year deal as head coach.



ESPN's Brian Windhorst reports that despite the team's public support of Blatt, there was growing unrest in the locker room.



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