Cavaliers to hire Michigan's John Beilein, per report
The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to hire University of Michigan coach John Beilein, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports.
He will reportedly sign a five-year contract after 12 years at Michigan. He takes over for Larry Drew, who went 19-57 after succeeding Tyrone Lue in October.
Beilein had a .650 winning percentage with the Wolverines and a .637 mark as a Division I coach during a career that also included stints with Canisius, Richmond and West Virginia.
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