Trying to put together a full roster this season has been a journey for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The number of games missed due to injury and illness has been staggering, for both the players and now their head coach. But it looks like there’s a chance we will see the full roster at some point during the last week of the season.
Both Tyronn Lue and Kyle Korver made their return to the Cavs shootaround on Tuesday prior to their matchup against the Toronto Raptors. Korver is questionable to play and Lue is out, but it’s still a step in the right direction.
Tyronn Lue is back on the court for Cavs shootaround, huddling with the coaches pic.twitter.com/cE6aBkgi7g— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) April 3, 2018
But as has been the case all season, good news always comes with some minor headaches. With the return of Lue and Korver around the corner, George Hill is still out and Kevin Love is questionable due to illness.
Kyle Korver is listed as questionable tonight vs TOR, but has been improving. George Hill is out. Kevin Love missed shootaround with an illness and is questionable. Tyronn Lue attended shootaround but will not coach the Cavs tonight.— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) April 3, 2018
With the game against the Raptors being so important to the standings, I’d be surprised if Love didn’t try to give it a go. But a limited Kevin Love isn’t ideal, as the Raptors inability to cover him had a huge impact on the Cavs March win over Toronto.