Michigan's Beilein to coach Cavaliers

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According to ESPN Radio's John Weiner (Stugotz), a familiar face is a front-runner to become the next head coach at the University of MI.

Eisen, Michigan alum who is quite outspoken about his continued fandom of the Wolverines, took to the airwaves on his simulcast podcast on Monday, to discuss the surprising departure of long-time Wolverines head coach Jon Beilein.

Weiner is reporting that according to his sources, former Detroit Pistons' head coach Stan Van Gundy is a front-runner to replace John Beilein at MI.

Beilein is a decorated NCAA coach with a pair of Final Four appearances and four Big Ten titles on his resume.

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The Cavaliers struggled mightily last season as they acclimated themselves to life without LeBron James. He also served an interim head coach with the Rockets after the firing of Kevin McHale. He interviewed for the Detroit Pistons head coaching job a year ago.

Beilein also previously coached at Nazareth College in Rochester, West Virginia University, Canisius College in Buffalo and Richmond University.

He is expected to join the Cavs' front office and ownership in Chicago for the draft lottery and combine this week.

Cleveland general manager Koby Altman had always been intrigued by Beilein, and his assistant GM, Mike Gansey, has a close relationship and history with Beilein. Those three teams will have a 14 percent chance of picking first, but depending on how things play out, there's the possibility of falling as far as sixth and missing out on Duke star Zion Williamson, his Blue Devils teammate RJ Barrett or Ja Morant, Murray State's electrifying guard who already has the Cavaliers' attention. "We improved in a lot of different areas and a lot of individual areas".

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