As it became clear within the Cavaliers organization that David Griffin was going to keep his job as general manager, the concern then shifted to how well Griffin and Mike Brown could coexist in a general manager/head coach relationship.
The answer was delivered on Monday in one stunning announcement: Griffin is staying, but the coach is gone.
One name omitted from the list of candidates is Mike D’Antoni, who spent five seasons in charge of the Suns while Griffin worked in the front office. D’Antoni, however, is not considered a strong candidate in this coaching search.
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