Cavs rookie Kyrie Irving out 7-10 daysPosted by Inside Hoops
Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving did not travel with the Cavaliers to Milwaukee in order to obtain an MRI at the Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Sports Health today and undergo additional examination from Cavaliers Head Team Physician Dr. Richard Parker.
Irving experienced additional contact on his right shoulder, that was previously contused/sprained during the Cavaliers game last Friday night at The Q vs. Milwaukee, during last night’s game at The Q vs. San Antonio. The contact resulted in the aggravation of his right shoulder contusion/sprain. The MRI taken today confirmed this result.
Irving will now undergo a period of rest and treatment for the shoulder and then transition into a period of rehabilitation. He is currently projected to be out for the next seven to 10 days and his status will be updated as appropriate.