Scott Considers Change at Point Guard, but Sticking with Jeremy Pargo for Now

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Scott Considers Change at Point Guard, but Sticking with Jeremy Pargo for Now
David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

INDEPENDENCE: The loss of Dion Waiters and Kyrie Irving to injuries has left Cavaliers coach Byron Scott searching for offense anywhere he can find it. He has turned over rocks and searched abandoned houses looking for someone, anyone, who can put the ball in the basket consistently. In the two games they’ve played without their starting backcourt, the Cavs are averaging just 82 points. They’ll again be without both, since Waiters did not make the trip. He remained in Cleveland for more treatment on his sprained left ankle...

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