CLEVELAND - Kyrie Irving will be out for the next four weeks for a fractured index finger, the team said on Monday.
The Cleveland Cavaliers guard injured his finger during the third quarter of Saturday night’s game against Dallas.
On Monday, Irving had an MRI and CT scan at the Cleveland Clinic Sports Health center, where he was treated with a splint for the hairline fracture.
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