Despite winning just 64 games over three seasons, fired Cleveland Cavaliers coach Byron Scott said he did not feel that he got a "fair shake."
Scott was let go on Thursday after the Cavaliers finished the season at 24-58.
"I'm disappointed, more than anything," he told the Cleveland Plain Dealer on Friday. "I don't think I got a fair shake."
Scott coached the Cavs to three straight losing seasons. He took over in 2010 when LeBron James left for the Miami Heat. Cleveland won 19, 21 and 24 games during Scott's tenure.
However, the Cavs became a rebuilding project after James left.
Cleveland went 64-166 under Scott.