Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving has left tonight's game vs. Chicago Bulls with what appears to be a left knee injury. He had to be carried off the floor and back to the locker room. Irving got injured with he stepped on teammate Tristan Thompson's foot.
According to ABC's Lisa Salter, the Cavs medical staff is just rewrapping Irving's knee and he is probable to return.
Irving was already playing through injury, as he entered tonight's Game 6 with knee and foot injuries. Earlier in the game, Irving had asked out of the game seemingly due to his injuries.
Here is a GIF of the play where Irving was injured via C.J. Zero of The Cauldron:
GIF: Kyrie Irving steps on Tristan Thompson's foot pic.twitter.com/jOsS3omM3S— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) May 15, 2015
Irving is coming off his best game of the second round, a 25 point performance in Tuesday's Game 5. Before leaving the game, Irving had scored six points on 2-2 shooting.