Box Score: Cavaliers 92, Bulls 118by Andrew Schnitkey in HeadlinesTwitterFacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedinPin this PostShare on TumblrMore services January 7, 2013 20 Comments A- A A+ Instant analysis: I’m sick and tired of watching the Cavaliers get blown out by the Bulls without Derrick Rose. 1234TCLE3020222092CHI22313530118ClevelandStartersPosMinFG3PtFT+/-OffRebAstTOStlBSBAPFPtsK. IrvingG28:554-112-25-6-71363001215C.J. MilesG24:035-114-71-1-30301201515T. ZellerC34:452-80-02-4-25263202236T. ThompsonF32:026-120-02-2-114832113214A. GeeF27:142-71-23-4-14111311148BenchMinFG3PtFT+/-OffRebAstTOStlBSBAPFPtsTotals33-787-1419-23113119168592492Percentages.423.500.826Team Rebounds: 5D. Waiters27:466-110-16-6-180612100418K. Jones20:202-30-00-0-12222110004S. Livingston15:352-40-00-0-17011201024O. Casspi15:312-50-10-0-15001010014J. Leuer8:532-40-10-0-4111010114J. Pargo4:560-20-00-0-4000000000L. WaltonDNP – Coach’s DecisionChicagoStartersPosMinFG3PtFT+/-OffRebAstTOStlBSBAPFPtsR. HamiltonG20:443-70-02-4+4023010018K. HinrichG20:112-42-30-0+4133100046J. NoahC32:205-130-01-1+571145040211L. DengF38:247-122-23-3+202573403219C. BoozerF29:248-160-08-8+1721141112324BenchMinFG3PtFT+/-OffRebAstTOStlBSBAPFPtsTotals44-8210-1420-2416473420109521118Percentages.537.714.833Team Rebounds: 8M. Belinelli25:095-83-42-2+240151100015N. Robinson24:145-83-41-1+240172100214T. Gibson23:268-90-02-3+232703120218J. Butler10:031-20-01-2+6131111013N. Mohammed8:430-20-00-0+9120101040M. Teague3:080-00-00-0-2000100000D. Cook2:070-10-10-0-2000100000V. Radmanovic2:070-00-00-0-2010000000 By Andrew SchnitkeyAndrew Schnitkey is a founding editor of WaitingForNextYear. Though he has written about every Cleveland franchise over the years, his primary focus is the Cavaliers and NBA basketball in general.You can find him on Twitter or via email at email@example.comView all articles by Andrew Schnitkey Post navigation Sizemore potentially eying mid-season to sign with MLB team While We’re Waiting… Gerut one of the good guys @TheDeePagel….and with Rose, too. SDAdon’t sugar coat it tell us how you really feel mgbodewe may have the worst defensive 2nd unit in the entire history of the NBA.not that the first unit was great last night either, but switching between blowouts (NC game and this one), it seemed like every time I flipped to the Cavs game Taj was getting a wide open inside look or Nate/Bellini were getting wide-open 3pters. Were we even attempting to play defense last night? http://waitingfornextyear.com Andrew SchnitkeyI would have told you more, but I was trying to stick to the family friendly nature of this website. http://waitingfornextyear.com Andrew SchnitkeyThis is the worst defensive Cavaliers team I can remember, period. mgbodeI agree. When is too early to be talking about replacement coaches for Scott? http://waitingfornextyear.com Andrew SchnitkeyIt’s getting closer and closer for me. I’m losing patience. SDAI didn’t watch the second half because if what you posted, lol. I figured one of us having a temper related stroke was enough SDAI love Scott but unless they are tanking I think it may be time to start the chant http://waitingfornextyear.com Andrew SchnitkeyIndeed, I wouldn’t wish the anger I had last night on anyone. mgbodehmmm, positive points.1. AV’s development – does Scott get some credit or is this just happening because Andy has more reign w/o LeBron?2. TT’s development – and it only took 1.5 years! He’s young, but Scott did drive Hickson out of town already (and then JJ got kicked out of Sacramento too where they put up with Cousins).3. Irving’s development – Scott came in touted as a PG nuturer and Irving’s offense has definitely been handled well (it seems). However, he was touted as helping PGs on both sides of the ball (Kidd and CP3 among the best defensive PGs of the last 10yrs). Where is that?4. Handles himself with professionalism. yeah, I’m running out already and I’m not sure how much credit he gets for the first 3 bullet points above. Dangit, I think I’m there. SDAalmost point for point my analysis …………….. mgbodei’d counter with even if we are tanking. i will never mind a coach finishing the year though. but, that doesn’t mean the fans cannot contemplate possible replacements. The_Real_ShamrockI see the coach killers are preparing the torches and saddling their horses… SDAwas thinking……(wheels turning)…… How long can the disdain for Lebrick keep us going. Part of me wonders if I’m more patient because of the whole LeBum debacle (Yet another Cleveland Debacle) mgbodethe real coach killers are the players who are not playing defense The_Real_ShamrockWhoa easy pardner! mgbodedo you disagree http://waitingfornextyear.com Andrew Schnitkey1. I credit Chris Jent. I think he worked with AV after LeBron left. Not 100% positive about that, but I’m almost sure.2. It’s about time. I hope it’s not just a product of AV’s absence.3. I give Scott some credit here, but I also think Kyrie is just naturally this good. When I watched him at Duke, I was certain he was going to be an All-Star.4. I truly and honestly really like his professionalism. He’s a great character, and someone I’m proud to have representing Cleveland and Ohio. The_Real_ShamrockNot at all home slice I was just rufflin’ yo feathers a little!