Cleveland Cavaliers pursuing Mark Jackson

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The Cleveland Cavaliers are looking for a coach, and they might have found one on TV.

Just like the Warriors did a few years ago.

The Cavs have reportedly reached out to ABC television analyst Mark Jackson, who spent the last three seasons as the head coach in Golden State.

Jackson was fired after a first round exit in the playoffs, following the club's first 50-win season in 20 years.

The Cavaliers are on to their newest option, reportedly because Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari turned them down, after a reported offer of over $80 million to coach the team.

Jackson is in the broadcast booth for the NBA finals with Mike Breen and Jeff Van Gundy, a place he was for several seasons before taking the job in Golden State.

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