Cavs Lose to Bobcats in Final Game of Season

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The Cavaliers lost their final game of the season in Charlotte, 105-98.  They started slow, only scoring 16 points in the first quarter and a furious fourth quarter rally came up short as Cleveland finished the season with a 24-58 record.

Kyrie Irving, who said after a game earlier this week that he would like to see coach Scott return, led the Cavs with 24 points. He also had 10 assists and 4 rebounds in the losing effort.

The Bobcats were led in scoring by Kemba Walker, who also scored 24 points.

Cleveland finished its third season in a row with less than 25 wins. Scott tallied 64 wins in 3 seasons in trying to shape a young roster and get the young talent to improve.

The Cavs will clean out their lockers on Thursday and coach Scott is set to meet reporters later that morning.

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