Cavs’ Kyrie Irving Done for Season?
Facing three to four weeks — or perhaps the rest of the season — without All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving, Cavaliers coachByron Scott was asked if he was worried that his young star was injury prone and not durable enough to survive an 82-game season.
“No, I’m not,” the coach said emphatically Monday after it was announced Irving had been diagnosed with a sprained left shoulder.
The Cavs said he would undergo a period of rest and treatment and could be out three to four weeks. But with just five weeks left in the season, it’s not out of the question that Irving, already dealing with a sore right knee, might be done for the season.