Central Notes: Cavs, Scott, Maggette, Rose

Last night, Cavs guard Kyrie Irving was asked if he'd be disappointed to see coach Byron Scott go and essentially issued a no comment.  Scott is definitely on the hot seat as the season comes to a close, but will he survive?  Here's more on that and other notes out of the Central..

  • Scott could be hanging on to his job with his fingertips, writes Bob Finnan of The News-Herald (on Twitter).  While many people are weighing in on whether Scott should keep his job, the only opinions that truly matter are those of Cavs majority owner Dan Gilbert and GM Chris Grant.  However, they're not saying anything publicly either.  If they make a move, Finnan suggests that Nate McMillan and Stan Van Gundy would be strong candidates.
  • Tom Van Riper of Forbes released a list of the NBA's most overpaid players and ranked the Pistons' Corey Maggette sixth.  Van Riper notes that Maggette has never played a full 82-game season in his 14-year career and even though he can score, he has career averages of 4.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists, and 45% shooting.  The Knicks' Carmelo Anthony is at the very top of the list, which is especially surprising given his recent play.
  • Derrick Rose still isn't ruling out playing this season, writes K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune.  The guard also says that playing on a minutes limit wouldn't bother him.
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One thought on “Central Notes: Cavs, Scott, Maggette, Rose

  1. James Sherman

    Call me crazy, but the longer Rose goes without confirming or denying that he’ll play this season, the more I think there’s something to that report a while back that said Adidas wanted him to sit out the year to make a bigger comeback next year. I, a Bulls fan, personally don’t mind if he sits the year if he really doesn’t think he can play this year, but I’d still like to know one way or the other to stop the near daily updates.


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