Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion recently reiterated his desire to retire following the conclusion of the season, reports ESPN.
Earlier in the offseason, Marion said the 2014-15 season would be his last in the NBA. Marion never appeared in a game during the NBA Finals.
Citing rest, the Cavaliers will hold forward Kevin Love out of Sunday's game against the Cavaliers, reports the Orlando Sentinel. Love has been dealing with back spasms.
Meanwhile, forward Shawn Marion is active for Sunday's game at Orlando, reports the Akron Beacon Journal. Marion has been suffering from a hip strain and last played Feb. 12. How much playing time he'll receive is unknown.
The Cavaliers are 10 1/2-point favorites.
Cavaliers coach David Blatt is hopeful forward Shawn Marion will be active for Sunday's game at Orlando, reports Cleveland.com.
Marion has been suffering from a hip strain and last played Feb. 12. His role upon his return is undetermined.
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Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion said Thursday his injured hip is feeling better, but he does not want to rush his return, reports Bleacher Report.
Marion has been out since Feb. 12 while recovering from a left hip strain. He will not play in Thursday's game at San Antonio, but he did not rule out playing in Sunday's contest at Orlando.
"We're rolling," he said.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion was able to practice Monday, reports ESPN.com.
Marion last played Feb. 12 because of a left hip strain and it appears he is progressing from the injury.
"Shawn is out on the court, which is a good sign," coach David Blatt said. "He's still not ready. He's definitely coming along in the process well."
The Cavaliers open a four-game road trip Tuesday at Dallas and Blatt said if Marion responds well to Wednesday's practice, he could be available to play in Sunday's game at Orlando or next Monday's contest at Miami.
However, Marion has no guarantee he'll receive playing time once he is healthy, Blatt said.
"His role is to be determined," Blatt said. "That's the best way to put it. The rotation has been good and the team has been playing well. We're anxious to get him back."
After being sidelined since late February, Cavaliers power forward Shawn Marion is close to being able to resume basketball activities, accoridng to the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram.
The 36-year-old Marion suffered a left hip strain on February 24th. He has said that he plans on this season being his last in the NBA.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion underwent tests on his injured hip which revealed a strain. He will be sidelined for approximately two weeks, per Ethan J. Skolnick of Bleacher Report on Tuesday.
The 36-year-old Marion, who plans on retiring at season's end, began dealing with the issue in January and flew back to Cleveland following his team's win against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. He has minor contributor off the bench for the Cavs, averaging a career-low 4.9 points in 20.0 minutes per game this season.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion revealed he's been battling a hip injury over the last two months, reports the Akron Beacon-Journal.
"My hip is bothering me right now. I've been trying to fight through it as much as I can, but it's causing me a lot of discomfort," he said. "I just want to get back to 100 percent healthy."
The hip issue began to affect Marion in early January and the pain has continued to linger. Marion has played a total of 13 minutes over the last four games.
"At this point in my career, it's just age," he said. "It's definitely a very uncomfortable feeling. It ain't feeling any better."
Marion will miss Tuesday's game at Detroit to have an MRI conducted on his hip.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion did not get into the game on Sunday against the Lakers.
Marion did not play due to a coach's decision. He hasn't received much time lately, and it appears he's buried at the back of the team's rotation. Marion is averaging 5.0 points and 3.6 rebounds per game.
Wanting to depart on his own terms, Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion said he plans to retire after the season, reports The Arizona Republic.
Marion is in his 15th NBA season and said watching his son grow up while he deals with the rigors of the NBA has been difficult.
"The biggest thing is having a son. I got attached to him. Seeing him periodically is hard," Marion said. "Watching him grow up on pictures and videos is hard."
Marion, 36, was drafted by the Suns in 1999 and said his biggest regret was not winning a championship in Phoenix.
"It's been a great ride," Marion said. "I really wish I could've brought a championship to Phoenix. But it was awesome."
Marion is averaging only 5.6 points and 4.0 rebounds in 38 games for the Cavaliers, but said his career was made while playing nine seasons in Phoenix and he hopes to join their Ring of Honor.
"It'd be hard not to have me up there when you look at what I did," Marion said.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion has been cleared to play in Tuesday’s game at Phoenix, reports the Plain Dealer.
Marion has been dealing with a hip injury, which caused him to miss the last two games. In 34 games, Marion is averaging 5.8 points and 3.7 rebounds.
The Cavaliers are 4-point underdogs.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion is not planning on playing in Sunday’s game against Sacramento and said he wants to practice before he plays in another game, reports the Plain Dealer.
Marion missed Friday’s loss to the Warriors after suffering a hip injury during Monday’s game against the 76ers. His next chance to play will Tuesday at Phoenix.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion told reporters Saturday the way his hip is feeling now, he will not play Sunday, according to the Akron Beacon Journal.
His official status has yet to be determined.
Marion, who has missed three straight games with the hip injury, is averaging 5.8 points and 3.7 rebounds in 34 games this season.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion is doubtful for Friday's game against the Warriors with a strained left hip. Marion missed two consecutive games while dealing with an ankle injury earlier in the month.
He is averaging 5.8 points and 3.7 rebounds per game this year.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion told reporters he plans to play in Friday's game against the Hornets. Marion has been dealing with an ankle injury and missed Cleveland's last two games.
Marion is averaging 5.6 points and 3.5 rebounds in 30 games this season.
The Cavaliers will be without forwards Kevin Love and Shawn Marion on Wednesday against the Bucks.
Love and Marion were initially considered "highly questionable" by coach David Blatt. Marion is set to miss his second straight game due to an ankle injury. Love is dealing with back spasms, but had hoped to play on Wednesday.
LeBron James had already been ruled out of the contest, leaving the team short-handed against Milwaukee.
Cavaliers forwards Kevin Love and Shawn Marion are "highly questionable" for Wednesday's game against the Bucks, according to the Akron Beacon Journal.
Coach David Blatt initially put LeBron James in the same category, but ruled James out for the contest just a few moments later. Marion missed Tuesday's game due to an ankle injury, and appears to be in danger of missing another contest with the injury. Love is dealing with a back injury, and didn't feel good when he arrived at the arena Wednesday. The team is working on him in hopes that he can suit up.
Cavaliers guard Shawn Marion will miss Tuesday's game against the Hawks with a left ankle injury. Marion is yet to miss time due to the injury and is averaging 5.6 points and 3.5 rebounds per game this year.
Backup guard Matthew Dellavedova will likely start for Cleveland, as he has for the past two games.
The Cavaliers are currently 4-point underdogs against the Hawks,
Cavaliers power forward Shawn Marion returned to Sunday's game against the Pistons after rolling his left ankle and being ruled questionable to return.
Marion scored two points on 1 of 3 shooting in nine minutes before leaving with the injury, adding two rebounds and one assist, but he able to take the court in the second half.
Cavaliers forward Shawn Marion was able to return on Wednesday against the Spurs.
Marion was dealing with a foot injury, but was expected to come back for the contest. He played 29 minutes, dropping five points and pulling down four rebounds.
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