Cavs' Kyrie Irving returns to the lineup against the Magic
Kyrie Irving will return to the floor for the Cavaliers after injuring his bicep in March.
But the Cavaliers point guard will return to the floor on Wednesday against the Magic, Mike Brown told reporters.
Irving injured his right bicep after Griffin landed on him with an elbow.
It's probably too late for the Cavs to make a serious playoff push, but they are at least still in the conversation and have something to play for. Entering Wednesday, they're three back in the loss column to the slumping Hawks, and two games behind the Knicks. With only seven games remaining, it seems unlikely, but who knows.
Irving, 21, is averaging 21.5 points and 6.3 assists this season.
The Lakers made a strong push for Rose, but he would have been a backup in Los Angeles
The small forward spent last season with the Sacramento Kings
Knight still has three years left on his five-year, $70 million contract
The Golden State forward is accused of assault, battery and making misleading statements
The Nets get their shooter a year later, and the Blazers reportedly will waive Nicholson
The All-Star point guard has requested a trade away from the Cavs