Byron Scott has been a good NBA coach throughout his career, but his time in Cleveland may be coming to an end.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are 12-17, but they have lost 11 of their past 17 games.
The team is sloppy with the ball and has a hard time finding uncontested shots. These are two recipes for disaster because they make it significantly easier for opposing teams to push the tempo.
Scott has also failed to get Cleveland out of the shadow of LeBron James.
Coaching a rebuilding team may not be the right job for Scott. He thought he was hired to coach James. Instead, he's the caretaker of a young team with eight players that are 24 years old or younger.
Here are three reasons why Scott should be replaced at the end of the season.