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He’s being tested by a streak that won’t end.
“The thing I focus on is guys getting better,” he said. “I thought the last week guys got better each game and tonight I thought we took a gigantic step backwards. We had no sense of urgency whatsoever and that kind of amazes me. When we’ve lost as many in a row as we lost and when you’ve been as close as we’ve been in the last four or five games and to be at home and come out the way we came out — that amazes me.”
Notes: There’s help on the way for the Cavs. G Mo Williams (hip) and F Leon Powe (knee) will practice again on Thursday and could be playing in games before next week’s All-Star break. Scott will wait until Williams returns to action before deciding whether he’ll start or come off the bench. … Pistons coach John Kuester spent three playoff seasons as an assistant on Cleveland’s staff (2007-09) and is sorry to see the Cavs fall on hard times. “You never want to see any former organization you worked for go through what they have,” he said. “Their guys have played hard. That’s the important thing.”
AP Sports Writer Tim Reynolds in Miami contributed to this report.
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