Cavs owner Dan Gilbert and GM Chris Grant met with Byron Scott and his agent, Brian McInerney, during Fathers Day evening in Michigan, according to McInerney.
It was more of a social gathering than a formal interview and it was the second meeting between the two sides. No contract offer was made and there are no other meetings scheduled for now.
Scott is staying removed from the drama surrounding the Lakers job, according to McInerney. Both he and Lakers assistant Brian Shaw are candidates for the jobs in Los Angeles and Cleveland.
"Coach Scott needs to make the absolute correct choice regarding his next coaching assignment and is not involved in the various hypothetical situations regarding Los Angeles or Cleveland," McInerney said. "Coach Scott admires Coach Jackson and believes he will go for the immortal phrase invented by Scott "Three-Peat". Byron also believes that Brian Shaw will make a great head coach with any team fortunate to retain him. In the Laker family, every member supports other family members for a lifetime."