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Cavs Iman Shumpert Out 5-7 Days Due To Left Knee SorenessCavaliers guard Iman Shumpert will be out for 5-7 days due to knee soreness. Shumpert left in the first half of Friday night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers due to the knee injury and did not return to play. Additional tests were done today and confirmed a knee effusion. Shumpert will undergo rehabilitation and treatment in that time off.
Jason Lloyd Breaks Down Thomas' Potential Impact And Celtics' StreakThe Athletic's Jason Lloyd breakds down Isaiah Thomas' potential impact once he returns from his hip injury plus his take on the Celtics recent hot streak.
Opinions Within Cavaliers Differing On Slow StartsFriday night was no different.
Wade Playing Bigger Than His Body, As He Has Entire CareerAt 6-foot-4, Wade may be the best shot-blocking guard the game has ever seen. With 811 career blocks, he entered the game 2nd all-time in blocks among guards, tied with Vince Carter, and trailing Michael Jordan at 893.
Cavs Come Back To Beat Clippers 118-113 In OTBehind 39 points and 14 boards from LeBron James, the Cavs came back to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 118-113 in overtime at The Q Friday night.
Derrick Rose To Miss Two More WeeksDespite the better play without Rose, albeit a small sample size, Lue said he does not plan to change his usage of the 29-year-old when he returns.
Chris Fedor: I Still Don't Think Boston Can Beat The Cavs Four Times In A Seven Game SeriesChris Fedor of Cleveland.com & 923 The Fan joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the latest with the Cavs.
After Friend's Death, Brown Fuels Celtics Win Over WarriorsKyrie Irving had 11 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter and the Celtics beat the Warriors 92-88 for their 14th straight victory.
Chris Fedor: Cavs' Play Late In Games With And Without Love Is "Something Ty Lue Is Going To Have To Monitor"Chris Fedor of cleveland.com talks about the Cavs' balance between Kevin Love's value on the offensive end and deficiencies on defense.
LeBron Scores 31 Points, Cavaliers Top Hornets 115-107LeBron James scored 31 points, Kevin Love had 22 points and 10 rebounds and the Cleveland Cavaliers continued their dominance against the Charlotte Hornets with a 115-107 victory Wednesday night.
Howard Beck: Right Now, The Celtics Are The Best Team In The East But That Could Change When Isaiah Thomas Comes BackHoward Beck of the Bleacher Report joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the Cleveland Cavaliers.
PHOTOS: Cavaliers Top Knicks 104-101 At MSGCheck out the pictures from the Cavs come from behind win in New York against the Knicks, powered by Kyle Korver and LeBron James.

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