The Cavs hired Bernie Bickerstaff to complete Mike Brown's coaching staff.
The NBA says no trades were submitted before the 2 p.m. ET deadline meaning tonight's draft order is set.
The Cavs still prefer to trade the No. 1 overall pick and will continue to shop it even if they're forced to use the choice, according to ESPN's Chad Ford.
The Cavs are pushing to acquire the No. 13 overall pick from the Mavericks in order to select Sergey Karasev, league sources tell Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Cavs are still aggressively shopping the No. 1 overall pick but appear likely to keep it after "overvaluing" the selection, according to Sports Illustrated's Chris Mannix.
The Cavs are looking for a scoring forward in any deal for the No. 1 pick in June's draft, according to SI.com's Chris Mannix.
Cavs general manager Chris Grant said he's open to trading the No. 1 pick in June's draft.
Phil Handy will join Mike Brown's staff with the Cavs, sources told Yahoo! Sports.
The Cavaliers got some luck in the NBA lottery and will have the No. 1 pick in this year's Draft.
The Cavs have asked the Lakers for permission to interview Los Angeles assistant coach Phil Handy for a position on Mike Brown's staff.
Cavs officially hire Mike Brown as their new head coach, replacing Byron Scott.
A source tells the Akron Beacon Journal that the Cavs and coach Mike Brown have a handshake agreement on a five-year contract in place.
The Cavs have "informally discussed their head-coach opening with Mike Brown," a source told the News-Herald.