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MRI reveals Kyrie Irving has tendinitis in left knee

Kyrie Irving has tendinitis in this left knee, but he will play in Game 5

Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving had MRI after this morning and it reveled that Irving is suffering from tendinitis in his left knee on a top of a right foot strain. Irving will, however, still play in Tuesday's Game 5 vs. the Chicago Bulls.

Irving has been noticeably slower and less active that usual vs. Chicago. Over the past two games, Irving is just 5-23 from the field and struggling to move on the defensive end. In Games 2 and 3, Irving has played 38 and 41 minutes respectively.  In April, Irving also suffered from in his right hip soreness.

Irving averaged 21.7 points per game during the regular season while shooting 46.8 percent from the field. He also made his second All-Star game and is currently averaging 20.9 points per game in the playoffs.