Kyrie will return Tuesday
Kyrie Irving is set to play for the first time since Nov. 18 this Tuesday against the Los Angeles Lakers, while rookie Dion Waiters' status is still uncertain following a sprained ankle.
Is Kyrie Irving injury-prone?
Kyrie Irving has suffered five injuries in the last 24 months. Is he injury-prone, or just unlucky?
Kyrie Irving Cleared
'The Cavs suck without Kyrie'
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been bad with Kyrie Irving in the lineup, but Cavs blog Fear The Sword thinks the team will get significantly worse without him after analyzing the team's offensive numbers without Irving thus far this season.
Kyrie Irving out four weeks with hand injury
The Cleveland Cavaliers guard has a hairline fracture in his left hand and is expected to miss close to a month.
Irving's out, and so is optimism
Kyrie Irving is out with a hairline fracture in his left hands. Paul Flannery takes a look at what's next for Irving and the Cavs.
The Impact of Kyrie's Injury or OH MY GOD MY EYES
Kyrie Irving is out with a fractured index finger and will miss roughly four weeks. This is bad. How bad? Well, take a look for yourself.
Kyrie is back
The Cleveland Cavaliers guard will return for the team's game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday after missing 11 games with a fractured finger.
Kyrie to miss 4 weeks with fractured finger
Remember when Kyrie hurt his hand against the Mavericks? Well apparently he fractured his finger. So that's just great.
Kobe praises Kyrie, talks $50,000 one-on-one bet
Kyrie Irving bet Kobe Bryant $50,000 on a game of one-on-one this summer, but Bryant doesn't think the youngster could've competed if they actually played. However acknowledged his respect for the reigning rookie of the year.
Irving's return 'a couple weeks away'
Out since Nov 17, Cavs point guard Kyrie Irving won't practice with contact for several more weeks
Jeremy Pargo to start at PG for Cavs
With Kyrie Irving on the mend, the Cavs plan to utilize Jeremy Pargo as their starting point guard.
Kyrie Iving suspected he broke finger Saturday
Cavs point guard Kyrie Irving told reporters that "he had a feeling" he did serious damage to his finger in Saturday's game.