CLEVELAND– The Cavaliers are down another point guard, as Iman Shumpert will be out between five to seven days according to a release from the team.
Shumpert is experiencing soreness due to left knee effusion, or fluid in the or around the knee joint, and was diagnosed at the Cleveland Clinic on Saturday.
In yesterday’s 118-113 overtime win against the Los Angeles Clippers, Shumpert did not play at all during the second half, with Jose Calderon starting in his place. Shumpert was thrust into the starting lineup as Derrick Rose continues to miss time with an ankle sprain. Rose is expected to miss at least the next two weeks.
This is the second time this season that Shumpert has missed time due to soreness in one of his knees. It’s unclear who will start in his place, but during last night’s game, Dwyane Wade spent a large portion of time as the primary ball-handler.
According to a report from cleveland.com, the Cavs will likely call up John Holland from the G League Canton Charge. He is averaging 24 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 4.8 assists per game.
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