May 20, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; TNT broadcaster Steve Kerr during game four of the Western Conference semifinals of the 2012 NBA Playoffs between the San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Clippers at the Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers Daily Links - May 15, 2014

Each morning, Sunday through Saturday with the possible exception of holidays, Right Down Euclid editor Chris Manning brings you the best Cleveland Cavaliers and NBA related links from across the web. Today the links include an audio breakdown on Mike Brown from RDE, a look at three possible Cavaliers coaching candidates and a surprise decision from Steve Kerr. If you have a link that you feel should be here tomorrow, e-mail Chris at [email protected] or tweet him @cwmwrites.

Cleveland Cavaliers Links

RDE Special Report: Cleveland Cavaliers fire Mike Brown – Chris Manning and Trevor Magnotti, Right Down Euclid

Don’t Coach the Cavs: A song by Mike Brown – Magnotti, Right Down Euclid

The Three Best Candidates to replace Mike Brown – Mike Mayer, Fear The Sword

Cleveland Cavaliers head to NBA combine looking for players – and coach – Mary Schmitt Boyer, The Plain Dealer

Cleveland Cavaliers coaching search: Two days in and some possible candidates change positions – Schmitt Boyer, The Plain Dealer

Sources: Cavaliers interested in Kentucky Coach John Calipari – Sam Amico,Fox Sports Ohio

NBA betting: Cleveland Cavaliers’ coaching odds – Andrew Melnick, FanSided

Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors, Minnesota Timberwolves & Utah Jazz interested in Lionel Hollins – Melnick, FanSided

After paying his dues, ex-Suns exec David Griffin achieves his dream of running an NBA team – Bob Young, AZ Central

Non-Cavaliers Links

Kerr spurns Knicks, takes over Warrors’ helm – David Aldridge,

Detroit retools its engine with Stan Van Gundy – Zach Lowe, Grantland

You were supposed to be dead - Devin Kharpertian, The Brooklyn Game

Flustered at Finish, the Nets are Done – Andrew Keh, The New York Times

Spurs finish Blazes 104-82, Win Series 4-1 - Timmay!, Blazers Edge

Tony Parker leaves Game 5 with hamstring tightness – Matt Moore, CBS Sports’ Eye on Basketball

With Steve Kerr out of the picture, where do the Knicks go from here – James Herbert, CBS Sports’ Eye on Basketball

Roger Mason backtracks on comment about LeBron boycotting – Zach Harper, CBS Sports’ Eye on Basketball

NBA upholds referees’ controversial call in Thunder’s Game 5 win over Clippers – Ben Golliver, Sports Illustrated

Donald Sterling and how to fire an owner – David Roth, SB Nation

At NBA draft combine, interviews can be telling – Baxter Holmes, The Boston  Globe

Meet the man who preserved decades of NBA history – Carl Bialik, Five Thirty Eight

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Tags: Cleveland Cavaliers Lionel Hollins Mike Brown Steve Kerr

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