Just when you think things can't get any worse for the Cavaliers, they do. They announced on Wednesday they will shut down guard Kyrie Irving for a week to 10 days after he aggravated his sprained right shoulder.
It comes at a time when the Cavs have lost nine in a row and had their heart and desire questioned by coach Byron Scott. They fell at Milwaukee on Wednesday 107-98 and actually played hard.
Irving was held out of the New York game on Saturday with the same injury. He didn't practice with the Cavs on Monday but got the medical clearance to play against San Antonio on Tuesday. As luck would have it, he reinjured his shoulder against the Spurs. He finished with 13 points and five assists in the Cavs' 125-90 defeat.
The 6-foot-3, 191-pounder didn't travel to Milwaukee after Tuesday's game. Instead, he underwent an MRI on Wednesday at the Cleveland Clinic and was examined by Cavs team physician Dr. Richard Parker.
Irving, the Rookie of the Year favorite, will rest his should...