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John Holland out 4-6 weeks with shoulder injury

The Cavs two-way player suffered the injury on Wednesday.

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Cleveland Cavaliers two-way play John Holland suffered a shoulder injury on Wednesday in the Canton Charge’s game against the Grand Rapids Drive. On Friday, the Cavs announced in a press release that Holland suffered a left shoulder subluxation and, after evaluation at Cleveland Clinch Sports Health by Cavs head physician Jim Rosneck, it was determined that he’d be out for at least a month.

For the Charge, this means the team’s arguable best player is out a month, and that they’ll have readjust theor offense. One player like to see an increased role is London Perrantes, the Cavs’ other two-way signee. He’s already taken on a large playmaking role with Canton, but may now get more opportunities to as a scorer. Cedi Osman, if the Cavs have him play in the G-League over the next month-plus, also could take on some of Holland’s responsibilities.

The Cavs say they’ll update Holland’s status as appropriate.