The News-Herald's Bob Finnan has a few interesting rumors regarding Cleveland's current coaching situation and some salary misconceptions.
- On Friday night the Cavaliers suffered a 38-point loss against the Bucks. The margin of defeat and perceived lack of effort caused Cleveland owner Dan Gilbert to express his displeasure on Twitter. Finnan says that despite the display of dissatisfaction with his team's effort, there's no reason to believe Gilbert will not allow Byron Scott to fulfill the remaining two years on his contract.
- Daniel Gibson's 2012/13 contract is incorrectly being listed as a "team option" on some websites. Only $2.3MM is guaranteed on next year's contract. Gibson's deal is worth $4,792,332 in 2012-13.
- The team renounced former Cavalier forward Wally Szczerbiak on March 16th. They no longer have a cap hold on his deal. It is unknown why they waited to renounce his deal, only that it was a cap move.