Deng was brought in to help clean it up when he arrived in a deal for Andrew Bynum on Jan. 7. But since then, he’s seen players get thrown out of practice, take off their uniform tops at halftime and threaten not to play, mouth off to Brown and generally act like spoiled brats. …
There is no accountability, as Dion Waiters found out when he was kicked out of practice last week but still got his usual minutes against the Knicks.
The coach doesn't run the team nor does management, Kyrie Irving does. And the Cavs will continue to let him.
Kyrie can get Mike Brown fired and teammates frozen out and buried in the media, and even if Kyrie didn't do a thing management would rush to do it instead, to protect Kyrie and prove they have his best interests in mind so that they can convince him to stay
Cavs don't know how to run an organization, when they get a star they spoil him down to no accountability whatsoever.
This is the problem. Two people have spoken about it, one was subsequently sent home by the team, cut by the team, and now plays for the Championship contending Pacers, while the guy that was sent away from the Bulls now instantly wants out no more than a few weeks in
So who got the raw end of the stick here? Whoever gets stuck in Cleveland and doesn't speak up. That's who.