The Cavs are wasting no time making big changes following their NBA Finals loss. On Monday, owner Dan Gilbert parted ways with General Manager David Griffin after three seasons.
WKSU commentator Terry Pluto talks about Griffin's role, departure and what it means for what's likely to be a busy summer for the Cavs.
Pluto likens the general manager of an NBA team to the conductor of an orchestra. They're in charge of making sure all the parts are working together.