Michigan head coach John Beilein looks on during practice before the 2018 Men’s NCAA Final Four at the Alamodome on March 30, 2018 in San Antonio. The well-traveled Beilein will look to get his first national championship on Monday when his Wolverines take on Villanova. CREDIT: Tom Pennington/Getty Images
Photo: American-Statesman Staff
Photo: American-Statesman Staff

Reports: Cavaliers find new head coach in the Big Ten

John Beilein guided Michigan to Final Four twice in 12 seasons

Michigan’s John Beilein is heading to the NBA, according to multiple reports.

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Beilein, 66, agreed to a five-year contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers, ending a 12-year run with Michigan in which he led the Wolverines to national championship game in 2013 and 2018, losing to Louisville and Villanova.

Beilein was 278-150 at Michigan. He has a career record of 571-325. He previously coached at Canisius (1992-97), Richmond (1997-92) and West Virginia (2002-07).

In Cleveland, Beilein takes over a team that finished 19-63 last season after four straight NBA Finals appearances. 

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