Reports Monday morning say that University of MI has lost their head basketball coach.
Beilein is the winningest coach in MI history with a 278-150 record in 12 seasons. For a month, it's completely free!
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news on Monday morning, announcing Beilein has agreed to a five-year deal to become the next coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers.More news: Anti-gay preacher Steven Anderson banned from Ireland
On Monday, the school and Beilein acknowledged he is leaving MI without saying where he is going.
Talks between the Cavaliers and Beilein escalated quickly over the weekend with a deal reached on Sunday. He had talks with the Detroit Pistons previous year when they were in the market for a new coach, but he said he was never offered that job.
Beilein will take over a Cavaliers franchise that fired Tyronn Lue after an 0-6 start and opted not to bring back Larry Drew after the team finished 19-63.More news: Supreme Court rules against Apple in lawsuit targeting App Store
Beilein will inherit a young Cleveland team that includes All-Star forward Kevin Love and point guard Collin Sexton, who had a strong rookie season.
The Cavaliers plan to surround Beilein with an experienced staff of National Basketball Association assistants, sources said.More news: Elon Musk's trail date set for 'pedo guy' tweet
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