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The Cavaliers, without the services of Kyrie Irving and Anderson Varejao, fell behind by double-digits in the first half and didn't recover, falling to the Atlantic Divison-leading Sixers, 99-84, on Saturday night at The Q. Antawn Jamison led the Wine and Gold with 20 points.

Cavs lose to 76ers without Varejao, Irving

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Jrue Holliday scored 20 points to lead six Philadelphia players in double figures as the 76ers rolled to a 99-84 win over the short-handed Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night. Philadelphia bounced back from a difficult home loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night to break a season-high two-game losing streak. Cleveland, which dropped an overtime decision...

Cavaliers C Varejao iffy with wrist injury

The Cleveland Cavaliers could be without starting center Anderson Varejao for Saturday night's game against Philadelphia. Varejao suffered a sprained wrist in the third quarter of Friday's loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. Although X-rays were negative, the 29-year-old Varejao left the arena with a brace on his wrist. Varejao has had a stellar season for the Cavaliers, averaging...

Cavaliers rookie G Irving to sit out next two games

Cleveland Cavaliers rookie guard Kyrie Irving will sit out the team's next two games with a concussion. The top overall pick of the draft, Irving will miss Friday's contest against Milwaukee and Saturday's tilt versus Philadelphia. The 19-year-old Irving also missed the team's previous game. Irving, who suffered the injury after hitting the knee of Miami guard Dwyane...

Anderson Varejao Injury Update

Cavaliers forward\center Anderson Varejao received a follow-up exam and MRI on his injured right wrist today at the Cleveland Clinic's Center for Sports Health with Dr. Thomas Graham and Dr. Tom Anderson.

Cavs likely to keep Irving out another two games

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cavaliers rookie point guard Kyrie Irving remains day to day because of a concussion that sidelined him for one game and could keep him out a few more.

Cavs Irving out next 2 games with concussion

INDEPENDENCE, OHIO (AP) - Cavaliers rookie Kyrie Irving will miss Cleveland's next two home games with a concussion.Irving, who suffered the head injury this week in Miami, is sitting out Friday's game against Milwaukee and Saturday's game against Philadelphia. He already sat out one game.Irving watched the Cavs morning shootaround ...

Kyrie Irving Questionable When Cleveland Cavaliers Take On Milwaukee Tonight

Cavaliers rookie Kyrie Irving is questionable as the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the Milwaukee Bucks tonight in Cleveland. The Cavaliers are coming off their red hot win over the Las Angeles Clippers. Cleveland had players like Ramon Sessions and Alonzo Gee step up huge the other not in the absence of Kyrie Irving. Varejao and Jamison elevated their game as well. Jamison had 27 points...

Cleveland Cavaliers' issues at center could be golden opportunity for Tristan Thompson

The Cavaliers' rookie forward ultimately should become the biggest benefactor of Anderson Varejao's unfortunate injury.

Milwaukee Bucks (11-14) at Cleveland Cavaliers (10-14), 7:30 p.m. (ET)

Cleveland Cavaliers rookie Kyrie Irving probably won't play again tonight after suffering a concussion earlier this week, but Ramon Sessions will be there to pick up the slack.

Cavaliers' Irving works out, nears game return

Cavaliers rookie point guard Kyrie Irving made a move in his recovery from a concussion.

Cavs center Varejao out with fractured right wrist

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) -- The Cleveland Cavaliers say center Anderson Varejao is out with a fractured right wrist.

It's isn't a snub, it's All-Star hypocrisy: Bud Shaw's Sunday Sports Spin

First an All-Star snub and now a wrist injury is the definition of an undeserved bad week for Anderson Varejao, Bud Shaw writes in his Sunday Spin column.
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