Per Chris Haynes of cleveland.com, Shumpert returns to the floor after missing the last three games with a left shoulder stinger.
"He's going to go through shootaround and he's supposed to be a go," Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said earlier today per cleveland.com.
Shumpert hurt his shoulder against the Chicago Bulls on Feb. 18 in the Cavs' first game after the All-Stat break. The injury was revealed the next day and he's been working to get healthy again ever since. The injury occurred on the same shoulder he injured last season while a member of the New York Knicks.
Getting Shumpert back is a win for the Cavs. He's a good defender and he'll likely see extended time defending Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan. He'll likely also defend Toronto point guard Kyle Lowry in certain lineups.