He did not practice on Saturday. Cavs had the day off Sunday. It wouldn't surprise me if he didn't practice Monday either because right now the Cavs' plan for Kyrie is to give him as much rehab and...
Kyrie Irving back? Kyrie Irving back...almost.
Kyrie Irving is hurt, but he's not hurt as bad as we previously thought.
Kyrie Irving will not return Sunday night.
Anthony Bennett's tough rookie season just got tougher.
Anderson Varejao will remain out against the Bobcats.
Cavaliers are hurt. No one knows knows anything about severity because the organization is the Langley, Virginia of protecting information.
Carrick Felix is going to be out for a while.
The Cavs are down two point guards for Sunday's game.
The Cavaliers will have to try to win their second straight game without Kyrie Irving.
The Cavaliers got some good news about Kyrie Irving's injury.
The entire Cleveland fan base is holding its breath while it waits for the results of Kyrie Irving's MRI. Apparently, the team doesn't expect bad news.
The Cavaliers are doing some interesting stuff with their lineup vs. the Pelicans tonight.
Dion Waiters is sick and probably won't play on Friday night.
Anthony Bennett left Friday night's game with a shoulder injury. This probably isn't how he pictured his NBA career starting.
Andrew Bynum is finally going to play a game in Philly.
After missing all of last season, will Andrew Bynum make his Cavs debut tonight?
The Cavaliers have been impressive in their first two preseason games, but now they face some injuries as the regular season approaches.
The Cleveland Cavaliers' first overall pick can finally play basketball again.
Anderson Varejao is back!
The Cleveland Cavaliers are in the market for a big man this offseason. One of their potential targets in the draft just went down with an injury.
The Cavaliers are far less watchable with Kyrie Irving out due to injury. But fans may have something to look forward to as the season winds down. The team says that they aren't ruling out Kyrie Irving returning before the end of the year.
This is getting ridiculous. The Cavaliers are already without their two best players and have gotten some pretty bad news about Dion Waiters as well.
The Cavaliers lost the game to the Pacers, but may have also lost something more significant during the loss. See which member of the Cavaliers is injured this time.
It was announced on Monday that Kyrie Irving would miss 3 to 4 weeks with a sprained shoulder. What does this mean for the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers' season?
Kyrie Irving needs to start drinking more milk. In Cleveland's loss to Toronto on Sunday, the stud point guard had to leave the game and did not return with a shoulder injury.
The Cleveland Cavaliers face a difficult opponent in the Chicago Bulls. And now they'll be without their best player.
Anderson Varejao was having the best season of his career until he needed surgery on his quadriceps. Who would have thought it would have been life-threatening.
Rondo goes down with torn ACL. Will the injury lead to Kyrie Irving starting in the All-Star game?
The Cavaliers will be without Anderson Varejao for another six to eight weeks as the big man undergoes knee surgery on Thursday.
Sigh. This is just more bad news for the Cavaliers. Looks like they won't have Anderson Varejao against the Wizards on Wednesday.
The Cleveland Cavaliers get a much needed boost to a lineup that has suffered many injuries. Against the Lakers, they're expecting to have their superstar back.