Stop us if you've heard this one before. The Cavaliers just decided to part ways with Mike Br

Wait, stop? Ah, yes, that's right. Back in 2010, the Cavs fired Mike Brown after Cleveland lost to the Boston Celtics in the 2010 NBA Playoffs. He then spent some time working with ESPN before accepting a head coaching job with the Lakers. And when that didn't work out, he made his way back to Cleveland last year to become the head coach of the Cavs for a second time. But now, history is repeating itself as the Cavs just decided to fire Brown. Again.

So who's going to replace him? Hmmm…How about…

Ha. No way, right? Er, at this point, who the hell knows? Maybe the third time would be the charm.

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[via @SportsCenter]